A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of 23-year-old Gordon Adams, also known as Gordon Diduca, in a Dundee street on Sunday.
Charles Little, 31, of Dundonald Court, is alleged to have fired arrows from a bow at three men before stabbing Mr Adams repeatedly with a knife.
Little is accused of, on September 24, at the block of flats where he lives, assaulting Mr Adams and repeatedly striking him on the body with a knife, murdering him.
He is also accused of, in the common close area at Dundonald Court, assaulting Mr Adams, Jason Sinclair and Colin Hughes, by threatening them with a bow and arrows, and repeatedly firing arrows towards them.
He is further accused of, on the same day at the same location, behaving in a threatening or abusive manner likely to cause fear or alarm, threatening the occupants of a flat with a bow and arrows, repeatedly striking the front door there and attempting to force entry to the property.
And he is further accused of assaulting Mr Sinclair by striking him on the arm with a knife, to his injury, at the same location.
He made no plea or declaration during a brief hearing in front of Sheriff Lorna Drummond and he was remanded in custody. The case was continued for further examination.