FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — A Frederick man who struck a Virginia police officer with his car before being shot has been sentenced.

The Frederick News-Post reports 47-year-old Roy Ronald Turner was sentenced to 11 years in prison Thursday. Turner pleaded guilty to striking Frederick officer James Martin in August 2014.

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In court, Assistant State Attorney Kelly Bruton says Martin, who was working in plain clothes that night, believed Turner was conducting a drug deal and approached to investigate. Turner then struck Martin with his car, leading the officer to fire into the car’s open driver’s side window, striking Turner.

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During the hearing, Martin says he was traumatized during the case. He remains on medical suspension and will undergo two surgeries.

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