Guntersville soccer coach indicted on human trafficking charges

Guntersville soccer coach indicted on human trafficking charges
Kristian Griffin (Source: Metro Jail)
Kristian Griffin (Source: Metro Jail)

GUNTERSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - A Madison County grand jury handed down a multi-count indictment against former Guntersville girls soccer coach David Barrow.

He faces charges including human trafficking, sexual abuse, and sodomy. The same grand jury also indicted Kristian Griffin on charges of human trafficking and conspiracy.

Investigators say Barrow took pictures of girls under the age of 12. He's also accused of touching the girls inappropriately. 

Investigators say Griffin brought the girls to Barrow's home.

David Barrow also faces charges in Marshall County. Investigators say he hid cameras under a table of an athletic facility and in a bathroom stall.

According to prosecutors, those cameras were used to take video of underage girls without their knowledge. Prosecutors also say they have pictures from those cameras that show Barrow placing or removing the cameras.

The case in Marshall County will also be presented to a grand jury.

Barrow remains in the Marshall County Jail on a $2.5 million bond. Griffin is in the Huntsville-Madison County Metro Jail on a $30,000 bond.

A trial date has not been set.

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