Two Men Behind Bars After Bradford Pub Gun Incident
8th February 2018
Two men have been jailed for a total of seven years for their roles in a firearms discharge at a pub in Bradford.
Tobias Conway-Graham and Josh Czener (pictured) pleaded guilty to charges of violent disorder and possession of an offensive weapon at Bradford Crown Court yesterday (Wednesday 7 February).
The charges related to an incident which occurred at The Sycamores in Norman Lane shortly after midnight on 19 August, when a group of men entered the pub and discharged a firearm, causing damage to the ceiling.
Conway-Graham, aged 26, of Lancaster Court in Dawley and Czener, aged 27, of Clara Road, Bradford, were both jailed for three and a half years.
Speaking after sentencing Detective Inspector Andy Farrell, of the Firearms Prevent Team, said:
"Firearms offences are taken very seriously in West Yorkshire and as today demonstrates, anyone found to be involved in such incidents is likely to face a prison sentence.
"West Yorkshire Police is committed to keeping people safe and will continue working with partners to target those who use weapons to cause fear and disruption in our communities."
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