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Trial set for human trafficking defendants
September 14, 2013, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Sate Jones

Maria Jiminez

One of two people charged with human trafficking for allegedly prostituting four women, including one underage girl, at a South San Francisco motel will stand trial on several felonies in December.

Sate Stallone Jones, 26, and Maria Carolina Jiminez, 26, have both pleaded not guilty to several counts of human trafficking and enticing a minor into prostitution. Jones is scheduled for trial Dec. 16; Jiminez’s case is still set for Oct. 15 although that will likely be amended to the other, too.

In mid-February, a man later identified as Jones reportedly dropped off two women one night and two women the next at the La Quinta Inn in South San Francisco between Feb. 15 and Feb. 16. The women reportedly told police the couple gave them illegal drugs to keep them working all night and sometimes deprived them of food. When the man returned with a woman, identified as Jiminez, to collect the four others, they were arrested.

Jiminez is free on $350,000 bail while Jones is held on the same amount.

 

 

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