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According to court documents, Luis Bonilla-Hernandez, 32, of Sterling, and Eliazar Duran Mota, 23, of Herndon, ran the prostitution business out of their homes.
Each week, the defendants would obtain a woman to work in prostitution for a week at a time. The defendants then picked up the women from Union Station and transported them throughout northern Virginia to commercial sex customers. The defendants would advertise the women with business cards purporting to be tied to an automobile shop, and they would tell Hispanic patrons via word of mouth that the cards related to prostitution.
After the prostitution dates, the women were required to turn all of their money over to the defendants, with a portion of the proceeds returned to the women at the end of the week. Both defendants pleaded guilty in connection with the prostitution of five adult victims. Bonilla-Hernandez and Duran Mota pleaded guilty to one count of interstate travel or transportation in aid of a racketeering enterprise.
The defendants each face a maximum of five years in prison when sentenced on April 12, Actual sentences for federal crimes are typically less than the maximum penalties. A federal district court judge will determine any sentence after taking into account the U. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors. Zachary Terwilliger, U. District Judge T.
Ellis III accepted the plea. Assistant U. Attorney Maureen C. A copy of this press release is located on the website of the U. You are here U. Department of Justice. Friday, January 18, Topic s :.