A Youngstown man is going to prison for five to six years after being convicted of shooting a woman during an argument.

Mahoning County Judge John Durkin on Wednesday ordered that Charles Berger Jr. must first serve three years on a firearms charge before he begins serving another two to three years for a felonious assault conviction.

Berger, 53, who pleaded guilty to the charges last month, was arrested following the May 5, 2020 shooting during a domestic quarrel on Cassius Avenue.

The victim recovered from her injuries.