Two Sheffield men charged with possessing sawn off shotgun with intent after reports of shots fired

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Two Sheffield men have today been charged with possessing a sawn off shotgun with intent to cause violence after an alleged firearms incident in March.

The charges relate to an alleged firearms incident on March 15. At around 2.20pm, police were called to Nodder Road, Woodthorpe after shots were reportedly fired outside a convenience store.

Martin Sedgwick, aged 33, of Danewood Avenue, Sheffield and Lee Wolf, 25, of Greenland Drive, Sheffield, appeared at Sheffield Magistrates Court today charged with possession of a sawn off shotgun with intent to cause violence and handling stolen goods.

Sedgwick is also charged with dangerous driving, driving while disqualified and driving without a licence.

Both men were remanded in custody to appear at Sheffield Crown Court on July 28.