Three charged after David Gower shooting in Bulkington
Three more men have been charged with murder after the shooting of a 37-year-old man in a Warwickshire village.
David Gower was shot and stabbed in a large wooden outbuilding at a house in Rugby Road, Bulkington, on 26 June.
Three men have been charged with murder and conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm and were due before magistrates in Nuneaton.
Five other men, from Derby, Coventry and London, had already been charged in connection with the death.
Garry John Thomas Rahim, 39, from Armstrong Avenue in Coventry, and Colin David Potter, 44, from Hipswell Highway, Coventry, are both charged with murder.
Seymour George Young, 45, from Old Street, in London, is charged with conspiracy to cause grievous bodily harm.
Mark John Francke, 42, and Harold Hurst 46, of separate addresses in Seymour Road in Derby, are both charged with murder and conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm.