Published Saturday, 11 August 2012
Scenes of trouble in Ardoyne in July. (© Pacemaker)
Hugh Black, of New Lodge Road, was remanded in custody after appearing in Belfast Magistrates' Court.
The court heard police claims that the 27-year-old was captured on CCTV film and in photos throwing a stone during trouble at the Ardoyne shopfronts on 12 July.
Black's solicitor said that his client denied the charge.
However, District Judge George Conner noted that Black had committed a similar offence in 2002 and remanded him into custody to appear again on 6 September.
Lower Shankill teenager, Thomas Dunwoody also appeared in court, charged with the same offence.
The 19-year-old, of Crimea Court, is accused of throwing a stone during the Twelfth trouble in north Belfast.
The court heard that Dunwoody, who denies the charge, has no previous convictions.
Judge Conner granted him bail of £500 with a surety of £500, imposed a curfew and alcohol ban and ordered the teen to be electronically tagged.
Dunwoody will appear in court again on 6 September.