Pair sentenced to prison in case of woman found beaten in tent
Two people from London have been sentenced to prison following in a case of human trafficking in Windsor.
26-year-old Jonathan Riley and 28-year-old Kaiyla Schram pleaded guilty to aggravated assault, forcible confinement, human trafficking and assault causing bodily harm. Riley also pleaded guilty to causing an injury to an animal.
According to AM800, Riley was sentenced in Superior Court Friday to 12 years in prison. Schram will spend six years in prison.
Charges of attempted murder were dropped.
The couple was charged in May 2016 after Police allege the couple repeatedly beat a 39-year-old woman who was kept in a tent in a backyard of a home in the 1600 block of Laing Ave.
The victim was found to be suffering from multiple fractures, broken ribs, a collapsed lung, bruising to her face and neck and cigarette burns.