Three Men Charged With Notts Shooting
24th September 2016
Three men have been charged with attempted murder in connection with a woodland shooting last weekend.
A 25-year-old suffered shotgun injuries to his back and legs in Sneinton, Nottingham on Saturday 17 September and remains in a serious condition in hospital.
Two men in their 20s from Nottingham and another from London appeared before city magistrates on 23 September and were remanded in custody.
A 30-year-old woman has also been remanded over firearms offences.
The accused are Dean Carl Joseph Haynes, 28, of Sullivan Close, Nottingham; Shaun Tinyick Lau, 28, of Flower and Dean Walk, Tower Hamlets, London; and Christopher Gerald, 21, of Westgate Street, Nottingham, who also faces firearms offences.
Maritia Kirk, of Jedburgh Walk, St Ann's, Nottingham, was charged with firearms offences.
Eight people are currently on bail in connection with the shooting while Nottinghamshire Police carry out further investigations.
The four are due to appear at Nottingham Crown Court on 21 October.
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