Three remaining defendants in a Santa Rosa car show assault involving a group of rappers and a family settled their cases Monday.

Former Rohnert Park resident Robert Flett, 27, and Marin County resident Carl Hastie, 28, each pleaded no contest to two counts of misdemeanor battery for their roles in the June 2012 attack at Youth Community Park.

The two rappers will serve six months in Sonoma County jail and serve one year of probation.

A third defendant, Robert Sandoval, 36, of Santa Rosa, pleaded no contest to fighting in public, also a misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 10 days in jail with 80 hours of community service.

The men along with two others initially faced felony charges in the attack on Amador Pacheco and his daughters. After hearing the evidence, a jury in August deadlocked in favor of acquittal on most of the allegations but found Flett and Hastie guilty of public fighting.

Prosecutors were deciding whether to pursue a second trial when the settlement was reached. Under the agreements, the remaining charges against the men were dropped.

Shelters for Pawnee fire evacuees

Lower Lake High School, 9430 Lake St., Lower Lake, is the official shelter established for people evacuating from the Pawnee fire. It is equipped to handle animals.

The Clearlake Oaks Moose Lodge, 15900 E. Highway 20, Clearlake Oaks, is not authorized by the Office of Emergency Services but is also sheltering fire evacuees, mostly people in campers and RVs who want their animals with them.

There is an authorized Lake County animal services station in an open field at Highway 53 and Anderson Ridge Road in Lower Lake.