Police have released the identity of a man who they say was shot, allegedly by a 17-year-old boy, during a meeting to buy, sell or trade a cell phone.

According to a police report, 37-year-old Brice Hilton of Farrell, Pennsylvania was shot to death by Gavin Roberts, 17, of Warren at Colonial Street and South Feederle Drive SE at around 8 p.m. Saturday.

Hilton was taken to a hospital where he died from his injuries.

Police say Hilton came to the city to purchase a cell phone from Roberts.

In the 911 call, a woman identifying herself as Hilton's girlfriend frantically told the dispatchers that her boyfriend had been shot pleading "Baby, please stay with me... stay with me."

The woman told the 911 dispatcher that her boyfriend was shot multiple times, including in the head.

Another person on the 911 audio told the dispatcher that one person had been shot, and that the woman who called about was also pregnant and trying to help her boyfriend.

A woman could be heard screaming 'breath' in the background of the emotional 911 audio.

Another 911 caller described the scene as a man lying in the road with a woman performing CPR on the victim, telling dispatch that she had heard four shots.

Investigators say this incident does not appear to be connected to the shooting death of a 16-year-old Brunswick teen on November 11th. That shooting occurred in a similar circumstance, with the teen meeting up with the suspect to sell a Playstation gaming console. That case remains under investigation.

The Warren Police Department continues to ask the public to be careful when meeting up with strangers to buy or sell items:

"We would like to remind everyone that a prearranged location is accessible at the Warren Police Department for such transactions. Finally, we want to thank our community for the continued cooperation with these Investigations."