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Report reveals disturbing details in sex trafficking arrest

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Las Vegas Metro police on Thursday released the arrest report for David Coil. Coil is accused of luring teens and pre-teens on Craigslist for prostitution.

That report indicates Coil, 63, was operating a prostitution business with several girls, one of whom is his daughter, out of his home.

[READ: PD: Vegas man lured teens for prostitution on Craigslist]

Police were notified of the situation by a Clark County School District teacher named Ricardo Estrada. He told police he had been contacted by a former student who needed help.

The 17-year-old said she responded to an ad on Craigslist. She said Coil wanted to hire her to perform “body rubs.” Though initially reluctant, the money enticed her to work for Coil.

Estrada notified the police of the situation on Aug. 6.

The teen told police the business primarily catered to older men and that Coil allowed the workers to keep the cash they made. Workers referred to Coil's home as "Naked House," stating that they were forbidden from wearing clothing while working. 

The victim further told police she believed Coil was working with girls as young as 12.

Metro detectives, posing as a teenage girl, set up a meeting with Coil at a fast-food restaurant. He was arrested Wednesday.

The victim also told investigators that Coil took explicit photos of her which he used for advertising on Craigslist.

Coil was booked into Clark County Detention Center on a count of sex trafficking of a child under 18 years old, four counts of soliciting or engaging in child prostitution and a count of attempted sex trafficking of a child. He is scheduled to appear in court on Friday morning.  

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