A Warren man learned his fate on Tuesday after pleading guilty to his involvement in the shooting death of a man back in September of 2023.

Court employees tell 21 News that 36-year-old Rashawn Jordan pled guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter with firearm specifications and two counts of having weapons under disability.

Jordan was originally charged with murder, but this charge was amended thanks to a plea deal. He was sentenced to 14 to 19 and a half years in prison on these charges.

The charges stem from the shooting death of 36-year-old Eric Shannon back in September of 2023. Shannon was found dead on the front porch of a home on McMyler Street near Parkman Road. Prosecutors say Shannon was shot four times.

According to the Trumbull County Prosecutor's Office, detectives with the Warren Police Department used several social media and email conversations to solve this case.

Prosecutors say Jordan was prohibited from carrying firearms due to previous convictions in 2012 and 2016.

During the sentencing, Judge Ronald Rice said tragedy is bound to strike when you mix anger, guns and violence.

Meanwhile, the victim's brother appeared in court to say Shannon's death has caused his family many sleepless nights.

"At the end of the day, nobody wins [in this case] since I can't get my brother back," Shannon's brother said.

Jordan apologized to Shannon's family and said he wished the incident never happened.