Makaela Zabel-Gravatt, 32, of Boise had reportedly reached out numerous times to authorities about a man stalking her before he shot her in September.
Zabel-Gravatt survived the attack and told authorities about Christopher Wirfs, 36. He had made repeated harassing phone calls to her, threatened to kill her, showed up at her place of work and then shot her in the backyard of her North End home.
Wirfs pleaded guilty in March to first-degree stalking, aggravated battery and the use of a deadly weapon in a crime. He was sentenced Wednesday to up to 30 years in prison — he must serve 25 of those years before he’s eligible for parole.