A SECOND man was due in court today charged in connection with shooting incidents in Huddersfield which left a policeman hurt.
The 36-year-old has been charged with firearms offences after he was arrested in connection with the incidents on November 10 in Hillhouse and Clare Hill.
He has been accused of five offences under the Firearms Act and was due to appear before Huddersfield Magistrates.
Shots were allegedly fired at a parked car in Bradford Road, Hillhouse, just after 6pm that night.
Around an hour later a police officer was slightly hurt when a shot was fired at the windscreen of an armed response car in nearby Clare Hill.
The officer suffered a slight eye injury from flying glass.
Another man has already been charged with firearms and ammunition offences in connection with the same incident.
Matthew Fray, 26, of Clare Hill, has appeared at Bradford Crown Court via a video link with Armley Prison, Leeds, where he is in custody.
A provisional trial date had been set for him for April 3 next year.
There was no application for bail and Fray will next appear before the crown court on February 20.