It’s jail time for one of two people charged in connection to a kidnapping in Regina.
Daniel Scott, 27, has been sentenced to two years and 33 days in jail for his part in the incident.
In June of 2017, a man was kidnapped from the city at around 2:30 a.m., robbed of his personal items, driven to the Muscowpetung First Nation, about 72 kilometres northeast of Regina, and left there.
The victim had to walk in his underwear, barefoot, for about four kilometres to find a house to call RCMP.
Scott and another woman, Chastity Kyplain, 31, were arrested two weeks after the incident.
Both were charged with kidnapping, robbery with violence, careless storage of a firearm, unauthorized possession of a prohibited firearm and possession of a weapon obtained by crime.
Police located a gun on the bed of a home during their arrest.
There is currently a bench warrant out for Kyplain’s arrest.