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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Date: Jan. 27, 2015

#StopTheJohn: DA Releases Names and Photos of Seven Defendants Convicted of Solicitation in San Bernardino County

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – In an effort to reduce the demand for victims of human trafficking, the District Attorney’s Office released the names and photographs of the following seven defendants convicted of solicitation in San Bernardino County:

Dustin Oney, 41, of San Bernardino
Ronald Smith, 49, of Loma Linda
John Gomez, 45, of Redlands
Rosalio Martinez, 50, of Rancho Cucamonga
Angel Mora, 50, of Fontana
Raul Cardenas, 27, of Fontana
Vynce Davalos, 25, of Rialto

Click here to access the Stop-the-John Project and to download photos and more content. All photos and information will automatically be removed after one year from the conviction date.

Quick Facts
In 2014, members of the San Bernardino County Human Trafficking Joint Investigative Task Force made 221 arrests. The Task Force with the Sheriff’s Department consists of a senior District Attorney investigator and a Sheriff’s Deputy.

54 defendants have had their photos posted since the inception of the #StopTheJohn project.

Additional Links
Click here to access information regarding our Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit.

Social Media
You can follow the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #StopTheJohn

Contacts

Christopher Lee
Public Affairs Officer
(909) 382-3665

 

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San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office
303 West 3rd Street, 6th Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415

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