LOGAN — Two men and a woman involved in a Hyrum drive-by shooting were sentenced Monday to prison.

First District Judge Clint S. Judkins sentenced Andrew Pham, 25, and Eduardo Arellano, 24, to three years to life in prison. They were also ordered to pay $5,000 in fines and up to $2,413 in restitution.

Mina Siyavong, 24, was sentenced to serve one to 15 years in prison, fined $3,000 and ordered to pay up to $2,413 in restitution.

Another woman involved in the shooting, 25-year-old Nicole Marie Pagan, was ordered to undergo a 60-day evaluation at the Utah State Prison. Her sentencing is scheduled for Jan. 28.

Pham and Arellano pleaded guilty Oct. 2 to attempted murder, a first-degree felony. Pagan and Siyavong pleaded guilty to riot, a second-degree felony, the same day.

The four, who are from the West Valley City area, drove Sept. 18 to a trailer park where a 40-year-old man who was putting equipment into a truck was shot by a bullet that penetrated both legs. The man was treated at Logan Regional Hospital and is recovering.

The four were arrested in Brigham City shortly after the shooting. Officials said the shooting might have been in retaliation for the victim getting one of men's friends in trouble.

Although riot is a third-degree felony, the women were charged with second-degree felonies because the shooting was within 1,000 feet of a school. South Cache 8-9 Center was temporarily locked down because of the shooting.