Grant Bodell shooting: Three Sheffield men jailed for 'cold-blooded' killing
Three men have been jailed for the "cold-blooded" shooting of a father-of-two.
Grant Bodell, 23, died after he was found with gunshot wounds on wasteland off Queen Mary Road in Sheffield, in June 2014.
Marvis Smith and Brendan McFarlane were jailed for life after they were found guilty of murder in February.
Stevin Pierre, 25, of Water Slacks Close, Sheffield, was jailed for 16 years for manslaughter.
Smith, 30, of Park Grange Road, was ordered to serve a minimum of 38 years while McFarlane, 22, of Hyde Park Terrace, must serve 32 years before being considered for release.
Mr Bodell was shot at least three times in the early hours of 21 June, following an altercation with a group associated with his killers the previous night, police said.
After the sentencing at Sheffield Crown Court, Det Supt David Barraclough, of South Yorkshire Police, said the men "killed Mr Bodell in cold blood".