Wilmington man faces up to 20 years after conviction on federal human trafficking charges


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WILMINGTON, North Carolina — A Wilmington man faces up to 20 years in prison after his conviction for human trafficking.

Area media outlets report that 25-year-old Randolph Johnson Spain was convicted Monday by a federal jury that heard two days of testimony in Wilmington last week.

Prosecutors said that two women said Spain took them to various cities where they were forced into prostitution.

He was convicted of two counts of transporting individuals in interstate commerce to engage them in prostitution.

Spain faces up to 10 years in prison on each count. He will be sentenced later.

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