A member of a Utah white supremacist gang accused of kidnapping, tying up and forcibly tattooing a woman in 2010 was sentenced to serve a year in jail on Monday.
Robert James Calder, 40, pleaded guilty June 2 to second-degree felony kidnapping. As part of a plea deal, a charge of aggravated assault resulting in serious bodily injury was dismissed.
On Monday, a judge suspended a one-to-15 year prison term in favor of 36 months probation and a year in jail. Calder was given credit for the 162 days he has already served in jail, according to court records.