A Norman man's Craiglist ad lands him in jail. The ad talked about training young girls to become sex slaves. A joint investigation between the OSBI and OBN brought the man into custody.
Investigators believe they stopped him before he ever hurt any young girls. But they're still searching for any victims.
The Craigslist ad was public, posted in the personal section under casual encounters.
Investigators say in the post, Kyle Duty searched for young girls "as low as you want" to train them to become sex slaves.
Those interested were told to send an email to Duty with the subject "teach me sir".
“He got in to some very graphic, very descriptive details of how he trains these girls to become sex slaves,” said Mark Woodward, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics.
An undercover agent replied to the ad and started a conversation with Duty, claiming he was a stepfather looking for someone to train his 14-year-old stepdaughter.
The two exchanged messages over the course of two weeks, and investigators say Duty revealed to the undercover agent how he breaks the girls.
"She would be gone for a couple of months hidden away in a basement or somewhere private and secluded where he could torture her to break her will.”
“They don't trade their services for money, they trade for the sexual submission. Basically, this person would have trained that girl. In other words, she would have started out as his sex slave," said Woodward.
An affidavit shows Duty discussed the "strict training schedule" for the girl, and the plan to cover up why she would be missing.
It also says Duty arranged a meet up Thursday in a Norman park but instead of a teenager, he was confronted by agents who arrested him.
They say he then confessed his plan.
Prior to his arrest Thursday morning, Duty had no previous arrests. He’s now facing several felony charges including plan/attempt/conspire to perform act of violence, conspiracy to commit lewd or indecent proposals/acts to child, computer fraud/unlawful use of computer/system, and attempted lewd or indecent proposals/acts to child.