TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) - A mother received justice for her teenage son's murder on Friday.
Andrew Foster-Martin, 17 was charged for the shooting murder of Collin Doyle.
Doyle, a Maumee High School Student, killed last February, and another teen paralyzed, in Willy's Park in an apparent drug deal robbery gone bad.
Jennifer Doyle, Collin's mother, described her son to the judge as a good kid with a big heart and was someone who could never say no. That fateful night Collin agreed to give a so called friend a ride, and it was that kind gesture that his mom says ended his life.
"You have destroyed our lives as we know it. Not a minute goes by that I don't think of him, hear his voice. The last thing he said to me was 'I love you mom,' we will forever be tortured by his loss," Jennifer said to the courtroom.
A plea deal allowed the the gunman to plead to lesser charges and Foster-Martin was sentenced to 25 years behind bars.
Jermonte Anderson and Travis Durden also received punishment for their involvement that night. Anderson was sentenced to five years, and Durden to two years.