James Clay Webb, 51, of Brookhaven, was arrested on human trafficking charges.

A Brookhaven man has been arrested and charged with human trafficking, interference with child custody and contributing to the delinquency of a minor, police say.

James Clay Webb, 51, was arrested and taken to DeKalb County Jail after Brookhaven Police Detectives and Georgia Bureau of Investigations Agents executed a search warrant in the 3500 block of Mill Creek Road.

Detectives received a complaint from Bartow County Division of Family and Children Services regarding a suspected sexual exploitation juvenile victim, Officer Carlos Nino, a spokesman for Brookhaven Police, said.

Based on the results of the forensic interview, an outcry was made by the juvenile victim and the search warrant was obtained, Nino said. During the search warrant, electronic devices were seized and the Georgia Bureau of Investigations is still conducting its part of the investigation.