A Kennedy High School soccer coach, who also worked as an Uber driver, was arrested in connection with human trafficking of teen girls.
34-year-old Elan Seagraves was taken into custody Christmas morning on charges related to human trafficking and pimping of a minor.
The Sheriff's department says a 17-year-old girl called 911 just before 3 a.m. Monday, saying that she was a victim of sexual assault and was being forced into human trafficking.
The girl told deputies she was hiding in the backyard of a home in near the 5900 block of Clover Manor Way in south Sacramento County. She also said the person forcing her into human trafficking was waiting for her in a vehicle nearby.
When deputies arrived to the area, they found Seagraves and another 17-year-old girl in a vehicle. Officers determined both teens were victims of human trafficking.
Seagraves was also a coach and referee in various youth soccer leagues in the area. No other details have been released.