Atascadero Man Charged for a call to Anti-human Trafficking Service • Atascadero News


The seven men are charged with the application when a signal is recorded and Vernon Anderson of Templeton and Jake Ciniseroz of Atascadero

District Attorney Dan Dow announced today the filing of criminal charges against seven individuals for the application of the result of the conviction of an individual for this purpose. Eight of the cases are based on the arrests made during the Operation, Recover, and Rebuild from 2020 to occur in the state of California, in the month of January. All seven suspects will be charged with the request, they are scheduled to appear for arraignment on the charges on Wednesday, the 22nd of July, and, by 2020, the San Luis Obispo County Superior Court.

“The demand for prostitution creates a lucrative cash market that the traders fill up with the victims, for those who have many children,” said district attorney Dan Dow. “Our anti-trafficking in human beings, buyer, sting operations are designed to reduce the demand for commercial sex that leads to exploitation of children and adults each and every day in our community. If you are considering the purchase of sexual services, be sure to stop in and say that a million children are trafficked for sex each year.”*

The San Luis Obispo County Anti-human Trafficking Task-Force was formally set up by the public prosecutor’s office, Then to the Dow soon after the election in 2014. In this operation, the Task Force would be aimed at interfering with the networks of trafficking in human beings for the purpose of commercial sexual exploitation of children is taking place on the central coast, and the identification and support of victims of trafficking in human beings, and to reduce the demand for trafficking and exploitation of minors by identifying and prosecuting the would-be buyers.

Guy Alvin Azama, Jr.

The local operation has so far resulted in the arrest and successful prosecution of a MAN named ALVIN AZAMA, JR. (32), of San Francisco, human trafficking and the pimping of a human trafficking survivor, violations of Penal Code section 236.1(a), and Penal Code section 266h(a). AZAMA had previously been convicted of pimping in San Mateo County Superior Court and has served a state prison sentence. AZAMA pleaded to the charge, here in the San Luis Obispo County Superior Court and was sentenced on 5 May 2020, and will serve five years in state prison for new convictions. He is now in the possession of the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff due to the current ban on the transportation of state prisoners to the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, because of the corona virus is concerned.

The District Attorney’s Office filed seven misdemeanor complaint with violations of Penal Code section 647(b) solicitation of prostitution are taking place on the 29th of January by the year 2020. These cases have been brought to the arrest, on Wednesday, the 22nd of July, and, by 2020, the San Luis Obispo County Superior Court.

The people who are responsible for the solicitation of prostitution are as follows:

  • VERNON, RANDALL ANDERSON (66), by Templeton
  • DAVID SEAN BYRNES (54), of San Luis Obispo
  • JAKE and DANIEL CENISEROZ (32), of Atascadero
  • MICHAEL, EDWARD, JAMES, DURIGHELLO (33), of San Luis Obispo
  • MAXIMINO MALDONADOGUZMAN (45), of Santa Maria,
  • STEPHEN RUFFINO (66), Santa Maria

Operation Reclaim and Rebuild of 2020 it was conducted by the Los Angeles Regional Task Force on Trafficking in human beings. The San Luis Obispo County, which included a total of 48 enforcement of the law, and to partner with staff from the following agencies: Santa Barbara County Sheriff, Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office, San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office, the California Highway Patrol, San Luis Obispo County Probation, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Santa Maria’s Office) California Department of Justice, Deliverfund, and the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Bureau of Investigation.

It is important to note that the criminal complaint includes charges that have to be proven in a court of law by proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Every defendant is presumed innocent until the contrary is proved.

A copy of the complaint may be contacted for any suspicious case here: ANDERSON, BLASMENDEZ, For harp and string quartet, CENISEROZ, DURIGHELLO, MALDONADOGUZMAN, RUFFINO.

A booking photo of the GUY in ALVIN and AZAMA, JR. (dob 12/15/1987) has been convicted of human Trafficking can be found here. AZAMA’s criminal case here.

Please contact the Assistant district Attorney, Eric J., and Dobroth at the 805.781.5819 if you have any questions.

*statistics reported by the UNICEF.


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