Two men have been charged after a firearms discharge at an address in Bolton.

Police were called to  Mercia Street, Bolton, on Thursday 21 March 2024.

Levi Cull, 27, of Normanby Street, Bolton, has been charged with, threats to kill, attempted murder, affray, and possess a firearm with intent to endanger life.

Jenson McNally, 22,  of Towers Avenue, Bolton, has been charged with attempted murder, affray, and possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life.

Both men have been remanded in custody ahead of a scheduled appearance at Manchester Magistrates Court on Saturday 30 March 2024.

Last week, The Bolton News reported an incident on Mercia Street on March 21.

Chief Inspector Justine Topping of GMP’s Bolton District said: “Extra neighbourhood patrol officers have been deployed around the local area both on foot and in cars, and if you have any concerns about this incident our officers will be happy to provide reassurance and listen to any of your queries.

“A male was injured, although these are not serious injuries.