The National Human Trafficking Tip Line alerted Randolph County officials about Espinoza Escobar, who the release says kept a person in sexual servitude “by withholding basic needs in exchange for forced sexual acts since January 2015.”
Espinoza Escobar was arrested without incident, the release said, and was charged with one count of felony human trafficking.
CNN attempted to contact Espinoza Escobar but has not been able to reach him.
CNN has reached out to the Randolph County Superior Court Clerk and the District Attorney’s office but has not heard back.
The case remains under investigation.