Two Oklahoma City Men to Serve More Than Fifty Years Combined in Federal Prison for Sex Trafficking of Teenagers
OKLAHOMA CITY (STL.News) Yesterday, WILSON GRAMAJO-MALDONADO, 30, of Oklahoma City, was sentenced to serve 27 years in federal prison for child sex trafficking, announced United States Attorney Timothy J. Downing. In a related case, on October 21, 2020, ERI LEONARDO CIFUENTES-LOPEZ, 40, of Oklahoma City, was sentenced to more than 24 years in prison related to the sex trafficking of the same children. Public records reflect both men paid to have sex with a 14-year-old girl and a 15-year-old girl.
On August 28, 2019, Gramajo-Maldonado entered a guilty plea to one count of child sex trafficking of the two girls between June 2018 and January 18, 2019, in Oklahoma City. Yesterday, U.S. District Judge Charles B. Goodwin sentenced Gramajo-Maldonado to 27 years in prison, to be followed with five years of supervised release. He also imposed $5,100 in special assessments and indicated restitution will be determined as a subsequent hearing. Judge Goodwin explained that Gramajo-Maldonado encountered the two children, who lived in squalor and frequently went days without food, and instead of helping them, he harmed them and forcibly raped them, in addition to paying for sex with them.