Wolverhampton man up on eight charges - including having fake gun - after 'shots fired'
A man has been charged with possessing an imitation firearm after shots were reportedly fired.
Officers investigating the incident on Monday, October 30, in Colley Avenue, in the Low Hill area of Wolverhampton, arrested a man on Tuesday.
Durice Jones, aged 19 of Sandon Road, Wolverhampton, has now been charged with eight offences, including possessing an imitation firearm, namely a blank-firing handgun.
He's also accused of possessing a machete on three occasions, twice on Highfield Avenue, Wolverhampton, on October 30 and November 2, and on Colley Avenue on October 30.
Other charges include affray, criminal damage to property over £5,000 by damaging to a Nissan Pathfinder car and caravan to the tune of £6,000, and two counts of criminal damage to property less than £5,000 by damaging house windows. Those charges relate to alleged offences committed in Highfield Avenue.
Jones appeared at Wolverhampton Magistrates Court on Wednesday and has been remanded in custody to appear at Wolverhampton Crown Court on December 12.