The son of an Oklahoma City police officer, who was convicted for shooting a man to death at a downtown Oklahoma City convenience store, receives his sentence on Tuesday.
A judge sentenced 21-year-old Randy Hall to life with the chance of parole. The shooting happened in May 2010, after an argument in the parking lot of the Coca Cola Events Center. Edward Yearby died and two other men were injured in the shooting.
Two brothers, Spence and Cory Nelson were also arrested on first degree murder charges and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon in the shooting.