Man, 22, to stand for trial over Maidenhead shooting

Man, 22, to stand for trial over Maidenhead shooting

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Man, 22, to stand for trial over Maidenhead shooting

A 22-year-old man is to stand trial in connection with the double shooting at a Maidenhead tattoo parlour.

Drizz James from Luton appeared at Reading Crown Court today after being charged on October 27 with conspiracy to rob and possession of a firearm with intent to commit an indictable offence.

The charges related to a shooting at Fantasy Fine Line tattoo parlour in St Mark's Road on April 11.

His application to have the charges dismissed was thrown out by the court this afternoon.

He will appear at the same court on January 9 for trial, along with three other co-defendants.

His application for bail is pending.

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