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Man seeks attorney in alleged car for sex video trade

Nevada Appeal News Service

A helicopter mechanic who allegedly traded a 17-year-old girl use of a car for nude videos appeared in East Fork Justice Court Wednesday.

Troy Marvin Creeks, 42, is being held in Douglas County Jail on one count of of unlawful use of a minor in a sexual performance. His bail is set at $100,000.

According to court reports, Creeks was arrested after the girl’s mother found a handwritten contract signed by both parties which set forth what the girl had to do in order to use the vehicle, a 2004 Honda.

Creeks told Justice of the Peace Jim EnEarl that he was trying to hire an attorney, but the only one he has contacted so far asked for a $10,000 retainer, more than he could afford.

He said he lost his job as a result of the arrest.

Creeks’ parents appeared in court on Wednesday, and through an attorney told Justice of the Peace Jim EnEarl that they were trying to get a power of attorney from Creeks in order to sell his property to raise money for an attorney.

The Johnson Lane resident owns several vehicles.

EnEarl set a Dec. 31 hearing to give Creeks enough time to hire an attorney.