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Steven Drain enters guilty plea

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Steven Skylar Drain

POCATELLO, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) - Steven Drain, 30, entered a guilty plea to charges of aggravated battery Monday as part of a plea agreement. 

In exchange, the Bannock County Prosecutor's Office dismissed a second felony enhancement charge for use of a deadly weapon in commission of the crime. 

Judge Robert Naftz ordered a pre-sentence investigation before considering a sentence in the agreement on January 19.

Drain remains in custody on $250,000 bond.

The penalty for aggravated battery in Idaho is up to 15 years in prison. 

You can view our previous story here.

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  1. News Team, I think you forgot something in your story. What did Drain do? You left a person reading the article with no idea what he was originally charged with. Very poor reporting.

    1. “What did Drain do?”
      You mean BESIDES availed itself of ‘legal’ representation, I assume? Gettin’ pretty bad when you can’t trust some ***hole with face tats, ain’t it? 😉

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