POCATELLO, Idaho (KIFI)- UPDATE: 1-15-21: Steve Skyler Drain was sentenced Thursday to a determinate prison term of 7 years and an indeterminate sentence of 8 years to a felony charge of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.
Judge Robert Naftz gave him credit for 461 days he spent in the Bannock County Jail.
Drain was also ordered to pay $845 in fees. A restitution hearing was scheduled April 22.
UPDATE - 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.
UPDATE: Steven Skylar Drain, also known as Johnny MacLeod, was charged with aggravated battery at his arraignment on Tuesday.
This is punishable up to 15 years in prison and a $15,000 fine. The Bannock County prosecutor, Stephen Herzog, is asking for enhanced sentencing for using a deadly weapon, which could add another 15 years to his possible sentence.
Drain is accused of stabbing a woman in the 500 block of South 8th Avenue at around 9 p.m. Saturday.
The female victim is reported to be in critical, but stable condition at the University of Utah Medical Center Monday. Police are not releasing her identity yet, but her parents have released her first name via a fundraiser Facebook page.
The woman, according to the Facebook page, suffered stab wounds to the head, neck and side. She's doing much better, but still has a long road to recovery.
Her parents have raised a little more than $3,000 as of Tuesday which will go towards her medical expenses. The fundraiser can be found here.
Drain will appear in court on Oct. 28 for a preliminary hearing. His bail is set at $250,000.