Two men are facing jail time for holding a man captive and beating him in a Nampa trailer. Here's what happened.

The victim was pepper sprayed, beaten, and held against his will for ten hours.

His captures have been identified as 21-year-old Jeffery Don Griffith and 31-year-old Eddie Dean Lundquist. The 21-year-old has been charged with first-degree kidnapping, and aggravated battery, while Lundquist is only facing a felony aggravated battery charge.

According to court documents the victim was lured to the trailer with the promise of oxycodone.

Before entering the trailer the victim was told to hand over his .45 pistol.

Everything changed according to the victim once he was inside. He was immediately rushed by several men wearing classic telling masks and hoods.

The masked men beat him, pepper sprayed him, stomped on him, and hit him with a police baton, shocked him with a dog collar, and zip tied his hands and ankles.

Photographs and video was taken of the attack including one time when a pistol was put in the victims mouth.

The attack lasted for ten hours before the victim was let go.

According to KTVB the December attack was orchestrated after a woman was allegedly held hostage and beaten the month prior in Boise for stealing $4000.

21-year-old Griffith faces up to life in prison if convicted, while 31-year-old Lundquist faces a maximum of 15 years. They are due in court on Monday January, 22nd.