TOLEDO (WTVG) - The Toledo man accused of in June death of Joe Floyd was sentenced to at least six years in prison for involuntary manslaughter.
Charles Brown was found guilty of the lesser charge in December. He was sentenced to six to nine years in prison, and he was ordered to pay Christine King $7,800 in restitution.
Toledo Police arrested Brown in early July for Floyd's June 22 death on Pulaski St.
According to police, Brown punched Floyd, 47, resulting in his death.
Officers responded to the address for reports of an assault. When they arrived, they found the victim unresponsive in the front yard.
Brown had been charged with murder in the case.