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Jacksonville Man Sentenced to 24 Years for Sex Trafficking by Force, Fraud, or Coercion

U.S. Attorney’s Office May 01, 2014
  • Middle District of Florida (904) 301-6300

JACKSONVILLE, FL—U.S. District Judge Brian J. Davis yesterday sentenced Narada Randolph (32) to 24 years in federal prison for sex trafficking by force, fraud, or coercion. Randolph was indicted on June 27, 2012. He pleaded guilty in November 2013.

According to court documents, from late 2007 through the middle of 2011, Randolph forced, by means of physical violence, four women to engage in the commercial sex trafficking industry. In addition, from July 2008 through March 2010, Randolph transported two of these women from Florida to Washington, D.C., Indiana, and Georgia with the intent of forcing them to engage in commercial sex acts.

This case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Malisa Chokshi.

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