Final tattoo parlour shooting sentencing due

Final tattoo parlour shooting sentencing tomorrow

Nicola Hine

Final tattoo parlour shooting sentencing due

The final member of a gun gang jailed for a double shooting at Fantasy Fine Line tattoo parlour in Maidenhead is due to be sentenced tomorrow.

Sean Fury, 29, from Essex Close, Luton, will appear at Reading Crown Court over the attack on April 11 last year.

He admitted conspiring to supply a controlled drug and did not stand trial over the shootings at the St Mark's Road parlour, which left two men injured.

Anthony Cooke, Leon Dorman, Joseph Gentle and Drizz James were handed prison sentences at the same court on February 9 for their roles in the 'drug deal gone wrong'.

Read the Advertiser's reports of how the trial in January unfolded below:

Report 1: Jury sworn in at Maidenhead shooting trial

Report 2: Court hears shooting was result of a confrontation over drugs  

Report 3: Shooting victim gives evidence

Report 4: Shooting victim is accused of carrying a gun

Report 5: Second shooting victim gives evidence via videolink

Report 6: Victim questioned over bullet found in car

Report 7: Photos showing cash on a phone shown in court

Report 8: Defence barrister compares Crown's case to jigsaw puzzle

Report 9: Jury in shooting trial retires to consider verdicts

Report 10: Jury in shooting trial can return majority verdicts

Report 11: Shooting trial adjourned until Monday

Report 12: Jury returns four verdicts in shooting trial

Report 13: Four men to be sentenced over Maidenhead shooting

Report 14: Gang sentenced for Maidenhead shootings

Report 15: CCTV released of shooting gang members

Report 16: Tattoo parlour shootings investigation praised

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