Four plead not guilty to Walsall shooting attack that left two hurt

Four defendants accused of shooting a man in a Black Country street and seriously injuring a woman when a car was rammed have appeared before a judge.

Wolverhampton Crown Court
Wolverhampton Crown Court

Armed police went to the address in Walsall after gunshots were fired, a crash, and a fire which spread to a house shortly after 1pm on May 4 last year.

Mohamed Rahman, 30, Mohamed Hussain, 25, and two youths all pleaded not guilty to attempting to murder Abdul Ali Khan, possession of a firearm, wounding, causing serious injury to Alexandra Gorman by dangerous driving, and arson reckless as to whether life was endangered on Monday.

Rahman was remanded in custody; Hussain and two youths were all granted bail.

Judge Michael Chambers KC set a provisional trial date for April 20 at Wolverhampton Crown Court.

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