Four men charged after a shotgun was found at a house in Enfield

Shotgun found at Enfield house

Shotgun found at Enfield house

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Four young men have been charged after a sawn-off shotgun and class B drugs were found at a house in Enfield.

The quartet were arrested last Thursday and charged at Wood Green Crown Court in Lordship Lane on Saturday, March 15.

Jamal Mohaomoud, 19, of Enfield, was charged with possession of a shortened shotgun and possession with intent to supply cannabis.

Jordan Saunders, 22, of Finchley, was charged with possession of a shortened shotgun and possession with intent to supply cannabis, in addition to driving without insurance.

Both men were released on bail.

Korey Lawrence-Marcel, 20, of Hackney was charged with possession of a shortened shotgun and possession with intent to supply cannabis.

A 17-year-old Enfield youth, whose name cannot be disclosed, was also charged with possession of a shortened shotgun and possession with intent to supply cannabis.

Both men were remanded in custody.

Officers stopped a vehicle in the Enfield Lock area at approximately 4.30pm on Thursday March 13.

A number of people got out and attempted to run away, but the officers ran after them and arrested two men.

Police then searched an address in Enfield where they found a sawn-off shotgun, four rounds of shotgun ammunition and a substance believed to be Class B drugs where the four men were arrested.

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