Four teens jailed for Harlesden train station shooting
Footballer blasted as he stood on platform last March
Two teenage boys who shot a man in Harlesden train station have been jailed for 12-and-a-half years each in jail.
Samuel Woods, 16, of Windrush Road, Stonebridge, and Jordan Gabbidon, 17, of Greenwood Terrace, also in Stonebridge, blast the 27-year-old with a 12-bore shotgun for straying into the Stonebridge Estate in March 9 last year.
Ola Salau, of Nettleden Avenue, Wembley, and Chantelle Franklin, of Gladstone Parade, Cricklewood, both 17, have been jailed for six years each for possessing a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence and cleared of attempted murder.
Franklin was also convicted of perverting the cause of justice.
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