A San Diego man accused of knowingly spreading HIV to unwitting partners is still active on the dating app Grindr and may be using an alias, an ex-boyfriend tells NBC 7. Thomas Miguel Guerra, 29, has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge in connection with what San Diego City Attorney officials say was an ongoing plan to knowingly spread HIV. Already poz. Poor Sucka," the text read.
Ex: Man Accused of Knowingly Spreading HIV Still on Grindr
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San Diego man sentenced to jail for not telling partner he is HIV positive
Thomas Guerra, 29, has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor health and safety violation. Guerra stood silently behind his attorney in court on Tuesday as prosecutors filed an amended complaint, naming the communicable disease Guerra is accused of transmitting as HIV. However, the judge agreed to bar Guerra from using all dating websites, including Grindr.
Thomas Guerra was sentenced to six months in jail for not telling a sex partner that he was HIV-positive. He pleaded no contest to violating a state health code. A San Diego man was sentenced Monday to six months in jail after pleading no contest to a charge of violating a California health code by failing to tell a sex partner that he was HIV positive. Jan Goldsmith, whose office brought the charge. Investigators found text messages and videos in which Guerra laughed about lying to sex partners.