BOISE, Idaho — The fourth out of four people found guilty of aggravated battery in connection with an attack that took place last March in the Boise Foothills was sentenced to prison Wednesday.

Judge Deborah Bail sentenced Brianna Brown, 21, to a total of 15 years in prison, with three years fixed.

A jury in September found Brown guilty of aiding and abetting aggravated battery.

Court documents state that Brown lured a 20-year-old woman out of her home and into the foothills, and acted as a lookout while three other people repeatedly stabbed the victim with broken glass, leaving her with life-threatening injuries.

Four suspects were arrested on March 18, two days after the attack.

Two defendants arrested in connection with the attack were sentenced in October.

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Kevin Ivey, 29, was sentenced to ten years in prison with three years fixed, and Cody Clark Baker, 30, was sentenced to 15 years with seven years fixed.

Justice Bowie, 20, pleaded guilty in August but, at sentencing in October, the judge ordered a mental health evaluation.

A status conference for Bowie is scheduled for December 9.

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From left: Kevin Ivey, Justice Bowie, Brianna Brown, and Cody Baker.
Ada County Jail