Q: I was a juror on the Chaderick Ingram human trafficking case in July. Has he been sentenced?
A: Chaderick Ingram, 35, was sentenced Aug. 7 to 14 years in state prison, according Sacramento Superior Court online records.
He currently is incarcerated at the Deuel Vocational Institution in Tracy.
Ingram was accused of forcing a woman into prostitution, and a Sacramento County jury in July convicted him of human trafficking.
The victim was staying in Sacramento temporarily with her boyfriend and met Ingram through mutual friends. On June 9, 2014, he took her from the apartment where she was staying, beat her and stole her personal property, authorities said. He then created an advertisement on a prostitution website. He also forced the victim to walk the streets on two occasion, threatening her and her family if she did not comply.
Authorities said the victim was with Ingram for approximately three days before she managed to escape and call 911.