The man convicted of August's fatal shooting at a Youngstown gas station has been sentenced to ten to 13-and-a-half years in prison.

Mahoning County Common Pleas Court Judge R. Scott Krichbaum also ordered that 45-year-old Jacques Peterman-Oliver serve five years probation when he completes his sentence.

Investigators say Peterman-Oliver shot Cameron Dyer, 36, at the Logan Gas Mart on Logan Avenue before driving him to the Youngstown Police Department HQ, where Dyer died.

Peterman-Oliver was indicted in September for murder, having a weapon under a disability, and tampering with evidence.

In December, he plead to lesser charges including one count of voluntary manslaughter with a three-year firearm specification and one count of having weapons under disability.