The man charged with killing Dundee labourer Gordon Diduca after allegedly firing arrows has appeared in court.
Charles Little is alleged to have stabbed Mr Diduca, who was also known as Gordon Adams, on a stairwell in Dundonald Court, just off Arklay Street, in September last year.
He appeared at the High Court in Glasgow yesterday.
The case was continued and Little will not appear for trial until January 7.
Little, of Dundonald Court, is accused of firing a bow and arrows at Mr Adams and others before striking Mr Adams with a knife and killing him.
He is further accused of, in the property’s communal landing, assaulting Mr Diduca, Jason Sinclair and Colin Hughes, threatening them with a bow and arrow and repeatedly firing arrows towards them.
The case had been continued.