A teenager who fatally shot a man during a drug deal in a Grand Chute neighborhood last year was sentenced Friday to 26 years in prison. Trevor Teela, 19, was convicted in April of second degree intentional homicide and delivering marijuana with a dangerous weapon as a party to a crime. He was sentenced to 25 years in prison on the homicide charge, plus an additional year on the drug charge. Teela shot and killed 20 year old Benjamin Graves after a dispute about marijuana. Teela was given credit for 286 days already served.