Daniel Chestley White is accused of buying a 14-year-old runaway for $500
The 14-year-old girl ran away from her Bibb County, Georgia home in March and made her way to Wal-Mart. She met a truck driver, who let he sleep in his cab overnight, then dropped her off in Macon the next day.
The girl would spend the next few nights sleeping in the woods. At some point, she met 30-year-old Shuntain N. Griffin, who allowed her to stay at his house for the night.
But the next day he and his dirtbag friend, Marcus Dwayne Henley, took the girl to another home, where they locked her up and forced her to turn tricks. She would later say that, at one point, 10-15 customers were lined up to use her…
Shuntain Griffin kept her locked in a home, where as many as 10-15 people lined up at a time to use her.
they do morals. One of their customers took a fancy to the girl and
offered to buy her. The two men allegedly sold her to Daniel Chestley
White for $500.
Yet Griffin and Henley seem to have the same high business acumen as
White, according to police, took her back to his
home to do what men who buy 14-year-olds do. But police received a tip
that she was living at his Crawford County come and returned her to her
At first the girl — apparently too embarrassed or
worried about the repercussions — said nothing about be tricked out or
playing the role of sex slave to White. It would be months before she
acknowledged those details.
White, 46, has now been charged with child molestation,
aggravated sodomy, rape, interference with child custody, contributing
to the delinquency of a minor and human trafficking. Griffin and Henley are charged with
trafficking a person for sexual servitude.