Luton man admits drugs charge after Maidenhead shooting

A man charged after a double shooting at a tattoo parlour in Berkshire has pleaded guilty to drug dealing.

Sean Fury, 29, of Essex Close, Luton, had originally been charged with conspiracy to commit murder after the incident in Maidenhead in April.

He pleaded guilty at Reading Crown Court on 26 August to supplying a controlled drug.

He will be sentenced after the January trial of two men charged with attempted murder in relation to the shootings.

They, along with a third defendant, will also face firearms and theft charges.

Two men, aged 45 and 51, were hurt in the incident in the Fantasy Fine Line parlour, St Mark's Road, on 11 April.

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