A Bomaderry mother and daughter, charged over the alleged kidnapping and attempted extortion of a woman in Nowra in 2017, have been jailed.
Carol Raymonde, 55, and her daughter Yvonne Raymonde, 22, were both found guilty of taking and detaining a person in company with intent to gain advantage, occasioning actual bodily harm.
Yvonne Raymonde also faced a number of other charges, including two counts of being armed with intent to commit an indictable offence, two counts of damaging property, entering a building with intent to commit an indictable offence, using a carriage service to menace and breaching an apprehended violence order.
Court papers said the pair were involved in an alleged incident in Nowra on August 16, 2017 with four other people where a woman was held against her will.
The woman was allegedly held between 3.40pm and 7pm, during which time she was assaulted.
It was alleged the group had tried to get the woman to sign over the ownership of a Mazda 121 and cash, while preventing her from contacting police.
Judge Warwick Hunt in Sydney's Downing Centre District Court sentenced Carol Raymonde to three years and nine months jail from December 21, 2017 with a non-parole period of two years and nine months.
He also sentenced Yvonne Raymonde to four years and three months jail from December 21, 2017, with a non-parole period of two years and nine months.
Both will be eligible for parole on September 20, next year.
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