Two brothers have appeared before Trim District Court charged in connection with alleged incidents in Navan, Co Meath last week.
31-year-old Ian Keogh, with an address at Mornington Avenue in Trim, was charged with assault causing harm, threatening, abusive and insulting behaviour, and the production of a hammer during the course of a dispute on Trimgate Street in the town on 13 September.
37-year-old Wayne Keogh, of Flower Hill in Navan, was also charged with threatening, abusive and insulting behaviour, and with the production of a shovel in the course of a dispute at the same location on the same date.
After evidence of arrest was given, the court was told there was no objection to bail in the case of Ian Keogh.
He was remanded on bail to a date later this month.
Garda objections to bail in the case of Wayne Keogh were outlined to the court, but Judge Cormac Dunne granted him bail of his own in the sum of €100, with an independent surety of €600.
The two men are due to appear in court again later this month.