One in all two Kramers charged in Furnas County intercourse trafficking case convicted | State and Regional Information
BEAVER CITY – An Oxford man was convicted of child molestation for implicated in an ongoing sex trafficking case in Furnas County.
Jacob Kramer, 22, of Oxford, was found guilty of child molestation in Furnas District Court. In a plea, Kramer’s charges were changed to include child abuse based on first-degree sexual assault and trafficking in minors.
As part of the objection agreement, Kramer will testify in all related cases, except in the case of his father Carl Kramer.
Carl Kramer, 50, of Oxford, has also been charged with three cases of sex trafficking in minors. Carl Kramer has not pleaded guilty to any of the three charges.
The conviction of Jacob Kramer is planned for July 8th before the District Court of Furnas.
Eleven other men have been charged in this case, ten of the cases are pending before the Furnas District Court.