BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) -- Deputies arrested a fourth person they say is responsible for making a man take off his clothes and beating him with brass knuckles and a baseball bat.
Sheriff's officials said that a 25-year-old man showed up at the Eagle Fire station last week naked and injured. Investigators said they were able to quickly piece together what happened and arrested two men for attacking the man and taking his clothes and nearly $500 in cash.
On Wednesday, the Ada County Sheriff's Office says Kayleena Eubanks, 22, was taken into custody after organizing and encouraging the attack. Officials say Eubanks drove three men to a home in Eagle where the alleged incident occurred.
Eubanks, charged with two felonies, is being held on a $500,000 bond.
Last Friday, deputies arrested Joshua Schwachofer, 22 of Boise, and booked him at the county jail for aggravated battery and robbery for allegedly taking part in the attack.
The Ada County Sheriff's Office said the victim was at a party on Taft Street with 32-year-old Kenneth Bowers Thursday night.
Investigators said Bowers told another man, Patrick C. Brown, 27 of Boise, that the victim was at the party and asked him to come over. Bowers and Brown claim the victim owed their friend money.
Investigators say Bowers, Brown, Eubanks and another man, whom they believe to be Schwachofer, told the victim he needed to repay the money he owed.
When the 25-year-old said he didn't have the full amount, the group told the victim to take a drive with them, police said.
Officials say the five drove to a parking lot in the 3100 block of East Greenbrook Street. Once there, investigators said that Bowers, Brown and Schwachofer forced the victim out of the car and began punching him with brass knuckles and their fists.
Ada County spokeswoman Andrea Dearden said one of the men also used a baseball bat to hit the 25-year-old over a dozen times, including blows to the head.
After battering the victim, the suspects demanded he remove all of his clothing. The group took the 25-year-old's clothes and his backpack containing nearly $500 in cash and left the area.
Detectives say Bowers disposed of the victim's clothing, the baseball bat and pellet gun he had in his possession. The suspects kept the man's backpack and later hid it in a relative's garage.
Police were able to track down Bowers and Brown at a gas station on Liberty and Fairview.
Bowers is being held on a $250,000 bond for aggravated battery and robbery. Brown was arraigned on a felony robbery charge and is held on a $50,000 bond.
The victim was treated and released from an area hospital.