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Complaint: Coach paid to have girls transported for 'sexual servitude'

David Barrow was arrested May 9 on sexual abuse charges. (Source: Metro Jail) David Barrow was arrested May 9 on sexual abuse charges. (Source: Metro Jail)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

The warrant and complaint filed against a soccer coach involved in a sex abuse case sheds further light on the charges he faces.

David Barrow was arrested on sexual abuse charges. He bonded out several days following that arrest. The Guntersville school system, where Barrow had been coaching girls' soccer, suspended him on Monday.

Huntsville investigators said the coach brought two girls under the age of 12 to a home, took nude photographs of the girls, and touched them inappropriately.

Barrow is also charged with human trafficking. Investigators said Barrow paid to have the children taken to a home in Huntsville for the purpose of engaging the girls in sexual servitude.

A second person faces charges in connection to this case. Kristian Griffin remains in the Metro Jail on a conspiracy charge.

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