Hampshire & Isle of Wight

Four charged over Waterlooville shooting

Athena Avenue
Image caption Armed officers were called to a street in Waterlooville on 13 February

Three men and a woman arrested in connection with a shooting in Hampshire have been charged.

Jamie Sibley suffered a "life-changing" head injury in the attack in Athena Avenue, Waterlooville, on 13 February.

Jordan Perry, 26, of Surrey, Jordan Smith, 22, of Surbiton, and Ricardo Livingston-Wright, 31, of Brighton, are charged with conspiracy to murder.

Sara Hodgkinson, 32, of Waterlooville, has been charged with assisting in the commission of an indictable offence.

They were remanded in custody by Southampton magistrates to appear at Winchester Crown Court on 18 October.

The four are among eight people who were detained on Tuesday.

A 47-year-old woman and 16-year-old boy from London have been released while inquiries continue. A 23-year-old man from London and a 31-year-old woman of no fixed address have both been released with no further action.

More than a dozen arrests have been made in connection with the investigation.

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