A man has been sentenced for a felony assault in Red Bluff that had initially been called attempted murder. In the middle of the night January 18th, officers were called for a stabbing at a homeless camp between Willow Street and the railroad tracks in Red Bluff. A victim had been stabbed eleven times, and one of the stab wounds collapsed a lung. Witnesses said 27-year-old Kyle Grinnell and 37-year-old Dana Brown Jr had been fighting with the victim and both were on top of him. Grinnell was quickly apprehended, interviewed and booked into jail. Brown was captured a few days later. Grinnell has made a plea deal with the Tehama County D.A.’s Office and he’s been given 6 months in jail and a 4 year prison sentence that’s suspended on condition of his completing 5 years formal probation. Brown remains in jail charged with attempted murder, with bail set at a Million Dollars.