NEWBERG, Ore. -- Darrin Vaughn Daily was arrested Tuesday in what police described as a diabolical Craigslist group sex scheme that advertised sex with underage girls, including a 4-year-old, to interested adults.
Daily was the mastermind in the group sex advertisements, according to Newberg-Dundee Police Department spokesman Tim Weaver. Three other men and one woman were also arrested in the investigation.
Daily's arrest came after police seized his personal computer. Police say they discovered multiple images of two girls, ages 4 and 14, being sexually assaulted. The 14-year-old was tied up in one image; in another, she was forced to copulate with a dog, Weaver told KGW on Wednesday.
The arrests came after another girl, a 15-year-old, came forward and accused Daily of getting her drunk and stoned on marijuana in early September, and then coercing her into group sex with other adults and a dog.
Four others were also arrested in the case: 34-year-old Robert D. Thompson of Portland, 41-year-old David Garcia of McMinnville, and 43-year-old Patricio Moreno of Forest Grove. Alisa Nice, a 31-year-old McMinnville woman, was arrested late Tuesday, booked into Yamhill County Jail.
All face various charges involving the sexual assault of underage girls.
Investigators did not say how Daily knew the three young victims.
The 14-year-old girl told investigators that Daily took photos of her while she was raped, according to Weaver. Daily also photographed her having sex with his dog, the victim told police.
Daily had posted at least one and possibly several Craigslist ads inviting other adults to have sex with her, the victim told police.
The 4-year-old was currently in care at a child abuse assessment center in McMinnville.
Daily faces various sex abuse-related charges, including rape, assault and sex abuse involving animals.
He was booked into Yamhill County Jail and scheduled to make his first court appearance next week.
Weaver said the evidence seized from Daily's computer and other media storage was critical to the investigation.
Anyone with information on the allegations or Daily's relationship to the girls was asked to notify Newberg police at (503) 537-1246.
KGW Reporter Anne Yeager contributed to this article.