Darrell Smith and I write about Kennedy HIgh music students’ plans to raise money for victims of sex trafficking… https://t.co/enh3jPR3U2
— diana lambert (@dianalambert) March 1, 2018
Two months after soccer coach in California’s capital city was arrested on sex trafficking charges, music students at the school are dedicating a benefit concert Thursday night to a nonprofit that helps sex crime victims.
Kennedy High (Sacramento) boys soccer coach Elan Daniel Seagraves was arrested Christmas Day on suspicion of selling underage girls for sex after a 17-year-old girl called 911 and told police she was being forced into having sex against her will and that the man responsible was waiting in a nearby vehicle. Police soon found Seagraves, 34, in the car with another teenage girl.
He was charged with pandering, false imprisonment and human trafficking, all felonies