WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - A Wichita man will serve 18 years in prison for the shooting death of 22-year-old Deandre Greenley in Old Town.

Christopher Dyas has been sentenced to 216 months in prison for second-degree murder and aggravated assault. 

Dyas was one of two people involved in the shooting.  24-year-old Saquorea Sweeney, also of Wichita, was charged with obstructing apprehension or prosecution. 

At approximately 1:35 a.m., on August 14 of 2022, police working in the Old Town area heard gunshots just north of 126 N. Mosley, and then, moments later, more gunshots from the area of 100 N. Washington. When officers arrived at N. Washington, they found Deandre unconscious and not breathing. He had also been shot several times. Despite lifesaving efforts, EMS pronounced him dead on the scene.

An investigation showed that Sweeney and Dyas arrived in a black 2008 Ford Edge. They walked up to Deandre and shot him several times, then fled the scene. Officers quickly determined the suspect vehicle from witnesses and cameras located in Old Town. Additionally, the usage of automated license plate recognition technology also helped.