North Carolina man accused holding female in 'sexual servitude by withholding basic needs' 01/23/2020 8:59 am PST Comments WGHP / Randolph County via WGHP: ASHEBORO, N.C. (WGHP) -- An Asheboro man was arrested after he was accused of forcing a person into sexual servitude, according to the Randolph County Sheriff's Office. On Jan. 22, the sheriff's office's Criminal Investigations Division launched an investigation after receiving a report of possible human trafficking. A tip from the National Human Trafficking Tip Line identified Salvador Espinoza Escobar, 48, of Asheboro. Since January 2015, he allegedly held a person in sexual servitude by withholding basic needs in exchange for forced sexual acts. Escobar was arrested and charged with felony human trafficking. Human trafficking is not highly reported in Randolph County, according to the sheriff's office. This is the first case of human trafficking charged by the Randolph County Sheriff's Office. MORE: Asheboro man accused human trafficking, holding person in 'sexual servitude by withholding basic needs' - WGHP #Charlotte #HumanTrafficking #NorthCarolina #WGHP Related Stories Several charges reinstated against alleged sex trafficker Man faces human trafficking charges after holding woman, infant captive: Cops Troopers cracking down on human trafficking on interstates Woman pleads guilty to allowing men to sexually assault daughters Deputies looking for suspects charged with kidnapping, sexual servitude Man convicted of human trafficking, accused of selling girl into prostitution Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.