GA man charged after girl from Super Bowl human trafficking poster is found
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. — An 18-year-old Flowery Branch man has been charged in connection with the disappearance of one of the girls seen in the S.O.A.P. sex trafficking poster at hotels around metro Atlanta.
According to the Hall County Sheriff's Office, Jesse Brian Quintanilla has been arrested for unlawful interference with child custody after he left with a 16-year-old girl seen in the posters.
The sheriff's office says the victim in this case, who is now 17, was reported to be at home with her mother on Sunday.
Hall County investigators obtained a warrant last September. He surrendered to authorities on Monday, Jan. 29 and booked into the Hall County Jail on this warrant as well as on an outstanding warrant on an unrelated case.
There is no indication, at this point, that she was involved in any form of human trafficking, according to police.
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