This is the face of a killer involved in a fatal shooting next to Birmingham City's football ground. Damaine Sculley was one of three men who attacked Tyrone Dorsett in a car park in Bordesley Green, overlooked by St. Andrew's Stadium, shortly after midnight on April 15, 2018.

The 20-year-old victim, who had driven down with two friends from Telford where he lived, was shot at point blank range as he sat in his Volkswagen Golf. The meeting had been arranged by serving prisoners and while the exact purpose of it remains unknown it is believed it involved 'serious criminality and a significant amount of money'.

Sculley, aged 30, from Greenfield Road, Great Barr, was found guilty of murder following a trial at Birmingham Crown Court. Co-defendant Milton Williams, 41, from Grace Road, Tipton was cleared of the same offence by the jury today.

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Sculley will be sentenced on December 21. He denied having been involved in the shooting or being present at the scene, in South Holme. He claimed he could not remember exactly where he was on the night.

His barrister Philip Evans KC, addressing the jury, said: "He told you 'I was a drug dealer'. He told you 'this is what I do seven days a week. This is what I have convictions for. I get calls, I get messages. I sell cannabis and class A. No padding, no fluff.

"I get in and out of cars. I deal in and around Birmingham. One day rolls pretty much into the next."

He added that Sculley was 'very busy' and typically received 140 calls a day. That much was true and he was actually stopped in a vehicle on Heathfield Avenue on May 11 that year - around four weeks after the shooting - when he was caught in possession of crack cocaine and heroin.

A subsequent trial - separate to the murder proceedings - heard Sculley and two accomplices ran a drugs hotline from phone boxes and they were ultimately found guilty of conspiracy to supply cocaine, heroin and cannabis between April and October in 2018.

They were jailed with Sculley, who had previous convictions for dealing class A drugs, received eight years.