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Second attempted murder charge after gun fired in Derbyshire

Bassett Hill, Upper Langwith Image copyright Google
Image caption The "firearm discharge" took place in Bassett Hill, Upper Langwith, near Shirebrook on 2 October

A second man has been charged with attempted murder after a gun was fired in a Derbyshire village.

Dianvelli Williams, 21, of Leeds, has also been charged with possession of a prohibited weapon and ammunition over the "firearms discharge" in Bassett Hill, Upper Langwith, on 2 October.

Jordan Murray, 25, of Bestwood Park, has previously been charged with attempted murder over this incident.

Mr Williams is due before Chesterfield Magistrates' Court on Thursday.

Image caption A woman, who police said was not thought to be the intended target, was hit in the arm in a shooting in Nottingham's Fletcher Gate

Police are also investigating a separate shooting in Fletcher Gate, Nottingham, at about 22:20 GMT on Saturday 3 November.

Mr Murray is accused of attempted murder, and possession of a prohibited weapon and ammunition over both the Fletcher Gate and Bassett Hill incidents.

Two other men have also been charged with attempted murder over the Fletcher Gate shooting.

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