Two people who admitted their roles in the false imprisonment of a man have been warned they could face custodial sentences.
Nathan Davock and Kimberley Grundy pleaded guilty at Lincoln Crown Court on the day they were due to stand trial in front of a jury.
Davock, 23, of Kettleby View, Brigg, and Grundy, 26, of High Street, Messingham, admitted the false imprisonment of Dean Wilson on 6 March this year.
The charge follows an incident in Scotter in which Mr Wilson was bundled into the boot of a car and then driven for a short distance before being released.
Judge Sean Morris adjourned sentence for the preparation of probation reports.
Davock and Grundy were granted bail to appear back before the Crown Court next month.
Judge Morris warned them “I will adjourn for pre-sentence reports. Don’t read into that any indication as to sentence.
“That will be up to the judge on the day. All options are open including custody.