sent to prison

See: arrested
References in classic literature ?
An errand of generosity brought him here unknown to us; he was stopped at the barrier, and sent to prison."
But we are told "he was given to all unluckiness in stealing venison and rabbits."* He was often caught, sometimes got a good beating, and sometimes was sent to prison.
Sir William died in a few days, and Wingrave, on the evidence of Lumley and Ruth, was committed for manslaughter, and sent to prison for fifteen years!"
I should be sent to prison, I suppose, when the day came.
Since Ballmeyer or Larsan has been in the Surete a number of innocent persons have been sent to prison."
I became weary of ranging fields and scaling walls, and seriously alarmed at the idea suggested by you, that if caught hovering about here your father would very likely have me sent to prison as a thief.
There's nothing so mischievous as these school distinctions, which jumble up right and wrong, and justify things in us for which poor boys would be sent to prison." And good old Holmes delivered his soul on the walk home of many wise sayings, and, as the song says,
Whether I should be taken into custody, and sent to prison? Whether I was at all in danger of being hanged?
She was sent to prison for eight weeks due to defendant's "flagrant disregard for court orders" and ordered to pay a PS115 victim surcharge.
Sent to prison for three months following a guilty plea.
He was sent to prison for eight weeks, banned from driving for 29 months and ordered to pay a PS115 victim surcharge.
He was sent to prison for eight weeks and ordered to pay PS50 court costs and a PS115 victim surcharge.