A couple convicted of the murder of Sheffield man Craig Wild have been given life sentences.
At a hearing at Sheffield Crown Court today, Alison Sarah Moss, 46, of Fox Walk, Walkley, was jailed for at least 29 years for the murder of Mr Wild at her home last August.
Her partner David Michael Webster, of Leppings Lane, Hillsborough, was jailed for at least 24 years and two months.
Moss initially denied being involved in the murder of Craig Wild at her home but was found guilty by a jury, while Webster pleaded guilty to murder at an earlier hearing.
Mr Wild's body was found under a blood-stained duvet in Moss' living room in August. He had sustained 117 separate injuries.
He had been attacked with weapons including two knives and a screwdriver, and had also been punched and kicked.
Moss and Webster had been drinking and taking drugs at the house before they were joined by Mr Wild and an argument erupted.