DETROIT (WWJ/AP) – A Detroit gas station clerk who fatally shot a customer during a dispute over the price of condoms has received a prison sentence of 4 years, 5 months to 17 years.

A Wayne County Circuit Court jury on June 25 found 23-year-old Ibrahim Saleh guilty of manslaughter and possessing a firearm in a felony in the slaying of Michael Haynes at a BP gas station on Detroit’s west side.

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A judge issued the sentence Thursday.

A witness said on March 10, 2012, Haynes, 24, bought a box of condoms, but made a comment that he was overcharged and could have bought them somewhere else for a cheaper price. After being told he couldn’t get a refund, Haynes reportedly began knocking over shelves of merchandise. That’s when, according to police, Saleh stepped out from behind bullet-proof glass, entered the merchandise area and shot Haynes as he was leaving the business.

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He later died of his injury.

Protests were held at the gas station, on Fenkell and Meyers, in the weeks following the shooting. The incident also led to a discussion about conflict resolution between gas station attendants and Detroiters.

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