FOLCROFT, Pa. (CBS) — The gunman behind the shooting of a Folcroft police officer was sentenced on Thursday.

According to the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office, Donte Island was sentenced to 33 to 100 years behind bars.

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In June 2016, Officer Chris Dorman was conducting a drug investigation behind an apartment complex near Baltimore Avenue and  Elmwood Avenue in Folcroft.

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That’s when police say Island shot Dorman seven times.

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Dorman was the first to arrive on the scene and was ambushed by the shooter.

The officer fully recovered from the shooting and is back on the job.

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Earlier this year, Island pleaded guilty to attempted murder.

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He will be 70-years-old before he’s eligible for parole.