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Black Country drug dealer sentenced to 30 years for murder of Telford man in car park

A self-confessed drug dealer has been jailed for the murder of Tyrone Dorsett outside Birmingham City Football Club in 2018.

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Damaine Sculley has been sentenced to 30 years

Mr Dorsett, 20, and two friends drove from Telford to Birmingham for a car park rendezvous organised by prisoners on illegal mobile phones in HMP Wandsworth and Featherstone.

Damaine Sculley, aged 30, from Great Barr, organised the meeting, which was probably a serious drug deal, and was in the car when Dorsett was shot twice at point blank range.

Tyrone Dorsett from Telford was shot dead in Birmingham

Sentencing Sculley to a life term today at Birmingham Crown Court, Justice Justice Farbey told Sculley he would have to serve a minimum of 30 years for his role in the murder.

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