29-year sentence for man who endangered officers’ lives during shooting in Castle Cary

The man who endangered the lives of police officers by firing a double-barrelled shotgun out of a window in a bid to evade arrest in Castle Cary has been given a 29-year sentence, which includes a prison term of 24 years. Daniel Hannam, of no fixed address, was convicted by a jury earlier this week of endangering the lives of police officers during the shooting incident in Park Street on Wednesday…

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Source:: Avon & Somerset Police News

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