DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A deadly domestic dispute ended in court Wednesday with a guilty plea to voluntary manslaughter and assault.
Brian Holloman, 46, will serve 18 years in prison for the death of Quinton Stone, 25.
Holloman shot Stone in November 2012 when Stone, his mother and his girlfriend went to Holloman's Dayton home on North Gettysburg Avenue to confront him about an ongoing dispute.
Stone's mother was also shot in the leg during the exchange.
Holloman said he was defending his family and turned himself in to police shortly after the shooting.
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