Gunman suspected of shooting at a Marbella nightclub that left an Irishman fatally injured appears in court

A gunman suspected of killing four revelers, including one Irishman, at a Costa del Sol club has been remanded in custody after being produced before a judge.

The 40-year-old Dutchman was sent to jail at Opium Beach Club in Marbella in the early hours of Monday morning while an ongoing investigation into the incident was pending.

A second man who was being held with him was also remanded behind closed doors after the court hearing.

The unnamed Irishman, one of two seriously injured, was fighting for his life and was still in intensive care at Marbella’s Costa del Sol Hospital yesterday.

The alleged gunman appeared before a judge at a Marbella service court after being discharged from hospital on Monday following treatment for stab wounds.

Another reveler at the club, who stabbed the Dutchman before allegedly responding with a gun he smuggled into a concert where a DJ was performing, is still at large.

A court official confirmed today: “A judge at the Marbella Court of Instruction Number One, which acts as a service court, has remanded the two people arrested over the incidents at the Opium nightclub.

“Both are being investigated on suspicion of attempted manslaughter, assault and illegal possession of firearms, one as a suspect, the other as an accomplice.”

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