Police charge man over endangering life in ‘pub shooting’
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A man has been charged with firing a gun and endangering life at a pub in Wrington.
Keith Hayward, of Lyecross Road in Wrington, has been charged with possession of a firearm with intent to kill by Avon and Somerset Constabulary today (Tuesday).
It comes after a shot was fired in The Golden Lion pub in Broad Street at about 8pm on Sunday.
No-one was seriously injured.
Hayward is due to appear at North Somerset Courthouse today (Tuesday).
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