DENVER - An HIV positive man who used to live in Denver is accused of intentionally trying to spread the disease to people he met on Craigslist.
The Oklahoma City Police Department says they've found 695 ads posted by Martin Kraham from 2008 until May 2014. Police said most were in the 'Personals' section and he was looking for women, men, couples and transsexuals.
Police said Kraham told alleged victims he was disease and drug free even though he tested positive for HIV in 2007.
Public records show Kraham lived in the Curtis Park neighborhood of Denver in 2010-2011, and Oklahoma City Police confirmed on Monday that he was posting ads on Craigslist at that time.
One Oklahoma woman who said she had a relationship with Kraham is worried about potential victims in the Denver-area.
"I know that he was there for about a year and that he continued using Craigslist - and who knows what other means - to find people to have risky sex with," the woman told 7NEWS Reporter Tyler Lopez. She asked to remain anonymous.
Lopez asked how many people she thought Kraham may have exposed to HIV.
"Hundreds. They may not know about it yet, but hundreds. I know personally of six, including myself," the woman said.
The woman said she has not tested positive for HIV.
Kraham was arrested on July 31st, and faces two counts each of Knowingly Engaging in Conduct Likely to Transfer HIV and Using Access to Computers to Violate Oklahoma State Statute. He remained in jail as of Monday.
Kraham's only court records in Colorado are motor vehicle/driving violations.