SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Detectives say they have arrested a man who worked as a youth soccer coach in Sacramento on suspicion of human trafficking.

The arrest was made in the early morning hours of Christmas Day. The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department says a 17-year-old girl called 911 to report she had been sexually assaulted and forced into human trafficking.

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Deputies soon responded to the 5900 block of Clover Manor Way, where the girl said she was hiding in a backyard. The girl told deputies that the man allegedly forcing her into prostitution was waiting for her nearby.

Elan Daniel Seagraves’ booking photo. (Credit: Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department)

Deputies found the man in the car with another underage teen. Detectives say both girls were victims of human trafficking.

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The man, 34-year-old Elan Daniel Seagraves, was arrested and is facing charges of human trafficking of a minor.

Detectives have found that Seagraves has worked as a youth soccer coach at Kennedy High School and various other local youth leagues. He also works as a Uber and Lyft driver.

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Seagraves is being held at Sacramento County Jail on $2,000,000 bail.