Gang members jailed after shootings in Oldham

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Two men have been given jail sentences after a gang meeting which ended in a shooting in Oldham.

22-year old Nathan Boothroyd, of St Mary’s Street in Oldham, and 20-year old Miguel Fuller, Boarshaw Clough in Middleton, were armed with weapons when violence began on a car park on the outskirts of the town centre.

The pair were part of a group of four who attended a meet with another group on the car park at the junction of Ashton Road and Copster Hill Road, just before 2pm on Monday19th November, last year.

A member of the other group opened fire, hitting one 19-year old man who was with the pair, in the back, legs and buttocks as they ran away across the road.

Appearing at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court the pair were jailed for a total of 21 weeks but were released after the hearing, having spent 6 months in prison prior to appearing at crown court.

 


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