SPOKANE-- Spokane County Detectives are looking through computers which could hold details of human trafficking. Four people are accused of holding a Spokane woman captive and selling her for sex for over a year.
The alleged victim claims she was held captive in a Spokane valley house and transported to local hotels for sex against her will.
Detectives pulled nearly a dozen computers from that home and are now looking through them for evidence.
A forensic expert will be digging through the hard drives looking for any connection to escort services.
They're also searching for banking records of the alleged victim and the suspects Christopher Foster, Shanell Haddon, Lawrance Johnson and Dina Tellez.
The Spokane woman tells detectives the suspects sold her and then kept the money, sometimes forcing her to have sex at gunpoint.
The four suspects are currently out of jail pending charges from the prosecutor's office.
The prosecutor’s office is still reviewing the case.
In addition to the trafficking charges the suspects could also face rape, unlawful imprisonment and kidnapping charges.