Police are continuing to search for a suspected gunman in Coventry this morning, after a man was shot in the arm.
Two men jailed for attempting to burgle a farm in Melton Mowbray, during which the householder shot at them with a legally-held shotgun.
A man from Leicester has admitted taking part in a break-in at a remote farmhouse in which gunshots were fired.
Police in Coventry say they are still looking for a suspected gunman after a shooting in the city yesterday afternoon.
A man was found injured at a block of flats in Faseman Avenue in the Tile Hill area of the city. He has since discharged himself from hospital.
Twenty people evacuated from their homes have now been allowed to return to their properties. Faseman Avenue is still closed and police are still in the area.
Faseman Avenue in Coventry remains closed after a shooting yesterday afternoon.
The incident happened near to the junction with Gibbons Close and the roads have been closed since 2pm yesterday.
There was a police cordon and forensics at the scene of the shooting in Faseman Avenue, Coventry.
Police are investigating a shooting in Nottingham which has left a man in hospital.
Officers say shots were fired near the Bridgeway Shopping Precinct in The Meadows shortly before 10 o'clock last night.
A 28-year-old man is being treated at the Queen's Medical Centre.
He has non-life-threatening injuries to his arm.
Two men, who were shot during a break-in at a home in Leicestershire, have been sentenced to four years each in prison.
Daniel Mansell and Joshua O'Gorman from Leicester admitted burgling a house in Welby near Melton Mowbray earlier this month.
They were caught by homeowner, Andy Ferrie, who shot them with a legally-owned gun. Criminal charges against Mr Ferrie and his wife were later dropped
Two men were jailed today at Leicester Crown Court for attempting to burgle a farm in Melton Mowbray, during which the homeowner shot at them.
Joshua O'Gorman and Daniel Mansell were sentenced to four years each. Sentencing them Judge Michael Pert QC said:
– Judge Michael Pert QC
If you burgle a house in the country where the householder owns a legally held shotgun that is the chance you take: you cannot come to court and expect a lighter sentence.
He also said that the property was deliberately targeted; it was in an isolated area, the men had to cross fields, what the men did involved significant planning, they went equipped and they went as a group.
Joshua O'Gorman and Daniel Mansell were both jailed for four years today at Leicester Crown Court after admitting a burglary in Melton Mowbray during which the homeowner Andy Ferrie shot at them.
More to follow.
A man from Leicester has admitted breaking into a remote cottage in Melton.
Joshua O'Gorman pleaded guilty to the burglary at Loughborough Magistrates court today. He was shot by the home owner of the house he broke into.
Daniel Mansell was the second burglar. He admitted to the offence in court last week. He was also shot by the home owner, Andy Ferrie, in the early hours of Sunday 3rd September, when the burglary took place.
Both men will appear at Leicester Crown Court for sentencing on 25th September.
Homeowners Andy Ferrie, 35, and his wife Tracey, 43, were arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm after Mr Ferrie called police to tell them he had fired his shotgun at intruders.
They were later bailed and were told that they would not face criminal charges.