A man has been jailed for discharging a firearm during a children's party at a Bradford home.
A man has been jailed for more than 13 years for discharging a firearm at a house where a children’s party was taking place.
Sean Durrant, aged 22, was sentenced today (Thursday 6 Feb) at Bradford Crown Court to 13 years and two months in relation to the incident
Last month he appeared at Bradford Crown Court, where he pleaded to possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life. This plea was accepted by the police and the Crown Prosecution Service and he was remanded back into custody while a pre-sentence report was obtained for the Judge.
Speaking after Durrant had been sentenced, Senior Investigating Officer Detective Inspector Ian Thornes, said:
“The discharge of a firearm in a public place is a serious matter, particularly in this case where an occupied property was the target.
“These incidents will not be tolerated in West Yorkshire and as today shows, those found to be involved can expect to face a significant prison sentence.”
Anyone with information about people who are suspected of illegally possessing firearms can report it to their local policing team on 101, by using the contact options on the West Yorkshire Police website, or anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers.