Kayleena A. Eubanks is being held in the Ada County Jail on felony robbery charge after Ada County Sheriffs deputies say she organized the attack on a man who was beaten with brass knuckles and a baseball bat at the Eagle skate park late last week.
Sheriffs officials say the 22-year-old Eubanks encouraged three other men to beat the victim, who was stripped of his clothes, robbed, and left naked in the park the night of March 21, according to reports.
Deputies arrested the three male suspects Patrick C. Brown, Kenneth Bowers, Joshua J. Schwacofer over the weekend on aggravated battery and robbery charges, but didnt arrest Eubanks until Wednesday morning at her home at N. Harmon Street in Boise.
Deputies also declared two young children living with Eubanks to be in imminent danger because she was arrested, so those kids were placed in the custody of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.
Eagle Police and Ada County Sheriffs deputies began their investigation after the naked man walked over to the Eagle Fire Station around 7 p.m. March 21 from the skate park and told firefighters what happened.
Paramedics took the 25-year-old man to Saint Alphonsus Eagle Medical Center, where he was treated and released later that night.
Detectives identified Brown and Bowers as suspects and put out an alert. A Boise police officer found Bowers and Brown at a gas station at the corner of Liberty Street and Fairview Avenue later Thursday night, where they were arrested. Deputies identified Schwacofer as suspect a short time later and arrested him Friday.
Officials say the whole thing began after the victim showed up at a party on Taft Street in Boise Thursday evening, where he was seen by Bowers. Bowers then called Brown, who got to the party. Officials say Bowers, Brown, Schwacofer, and Eubanks confronted the victim and told him he needed to repay his debt. It was when he told the group he didnt have all the money that they told him he needed to take a drive with them, according to sheriffs reports.
The victim told deputies the group, with Eubanks driving, took him to a parking lot in the 3100 block of E. Greenbrook Street, where they forced him out of the car and beat him up. The victim said one of the men hit him over a dozen times with the baseball bat, including several blows to the head.
The victim said the group made him take off all his clothes, which they took, along with a backpack containing almost $500 in cash, before they left him at the park.
Deputies say Bowers threw away the clothes, the baseball bat, and a pellet gun he had on him at the time. The group kept the backpack. Deputies later found all those items, according to reports.
Bowers, Brown, and Schwacofer are being held in the jail on $250,000, $50,000, and $400,000 bonds each. A preliminary hearing is set for March 8. The crime of robbery is punishable by up to life in prison; aggravated battery is punishable by up to 15 years.