Eight men have been sentenced after a man was shot at a Wigan Car wash and a schoolboy an his mum were blasted on their doorstep in Salford.
26 year old Jacob Harrison and 54 year old John Kent from Salford have been sentenced for their role in the shooting at the car wash in Ashton in Makerfield - as the driver and the spotter although the gun man was never identified.
The victim Jamie Rothwell was shot in March 2017 as part of a gangland war.
However, the gun which was used was the same one used to shoot a mother and a child on the doorstep of their Salford home two years earlier - which has seen six other men also sentenced this afternoon.
Harrison was sentenced to 14 years and Kent will spend 14 years and 6 months behind bars.
The eight men will serve 92 years collectively.
Jacob Harrison, 26, Sumberland House - 14 years
John Kent, 54, Culverwell Drive - 14 years and six months
Aldaire Warmington, 32, no fixed address - 20 years
Carne Thomasson, 28, no fixed address - 23 years
Christopher Hall, 49, no fixed address - 14 years and six months
Dominic Walton, 26, no fixed address - Two years
James Coward, 26, no fixed address - Two years
Lincoln Warmington, 32, Summerville Road - Two years and three months