24-year-old Delroy Phillips, of Lockwood Square, SE1 was sentenced to six years imprisonment at the Old Bailey on Friday 4 October for attempting to rob City Wines off-licence in Jamaica Road, Bermondsey and shooting the shopkeeper in July 2002.
Phillips was sentenced to six years imprisonment for wounding with intent; two years for possession of a firearm; and three years for attempted robbery. All sentences are to run concurrently.
He was also sentenced to nine months for a residential burglary; three months for assaulting a police officer; and two lots of six months for two non-residential burglaries, all to run concurrently. These sentences are to run consecutively with the sentences for the City Wines charges.
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