SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY — On Monday, Jan. 22, it was announced that Juan Adriel Cambray Miranda had been sentenced to 4 years plus 80 to life in prison based on his plea of guilty to committing sex acts on two children under the age of 14, other sex crimes, and residential burglary.
CambrayMiranda was sentenced to state prison based on his guilty plea to four counts of sexual assault involving two separate children, including Aggravated Rape of a Child Under the Age of 14, Sexual Penetration of a Child Under the Age of 14, and two counts of Committing Lewd and Lascivious Acts on a Child Under the Age of 14. The crimes occurred between April 2016 and May 2018. CambrayMiranda was also sentenced to four years in prison to be served consecutively based on his guilty plea to a non-related Residential Burglary which occurred on May 31, 2021 in the City of San Luis Obispo.
“For years this predator leveraged a position of trust to manipulate and sexually assault these young survivors,” said Deputy District Attorney Kimberly Dittrich. “I am in awe of the strength and courage shown by the two young victims in reporting these crimes which was necessary to hold this defendant accountable.”
The child sexual assault case was investigated by the Atascadero Police Department and San Luis Obispo Police Department. The Residential Burglary case was investigated by the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office. Both matters were prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney Kimberly R. Dittrich of the District Attorney’s Sexual Assault Prosecution Team.