One of the four Jefferson County men involved in a drug deal that lead to the death of a Charles Town man was sentenced on Wednesday.
Tayjuhn Coble was ordered to serve the maximum 15 years in prison for first-degree robbery.
Coble was one of the four men who rode in the car to meet Ryan Mumaw, who officials said was shot and killed over a pound of marijuana.
Officials said Coble will be eligible for parole after serving a quarter of his sentence and has the chance to be discharged after seven years with good behavior.
Rakeem Newman and Malakye Boyd’s sentencing are set for Oct. 30, and Brady Fitzgerald’s sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 3.