BOISE -- Ada County sheriff’s detectives say they have arrested a fourth person in connection with the beating of a Boise man last week.
Kayleena Eubanks, 22, of Boise, was taken into police custody at her Boise home this morning. She is charged with robbery and alteration, concealment or destruction of evidence. She is being held in the Ada County Jail on $500,000 bond.
Eubanks has two young children that were declared to be in imminent danger and placed into state custody.
The 25-year-old victim told police that he was at a party in Boise Thursday evening when two men confronted him and claimed he owed their friend money. The victim could not pay the debt and was taken for a drive with three men and a woman to a parking lot in Eagle, where he was beaten with brass knuckles and a baseball bat, robbed and had his clothes stolen.
Two suspects, Kenneth Bowers, 32, and Patrick C. Brown, 27, both of Boise, were arrested later that day. A third suspect, Joshua Schwacofer, was arrested Friday on charges of aggravated battery and robbery.
Investigators say Eubanks is the person responsible for organizing and encouraging the attack, and she is the driver who took them to the place where the attack occurred.
Eubanks is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday.