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03 December 2017, 01:30 | Damon Campbell
Florida teen who went missing with 27-year-old soccer coach is found safe in New York
A 17-year-old Florida teen who had gone missing from her home almost a week ago has been found in NY, the law enforcement officials said on Friday (1 December).
But a text message she sent to a friend indicated she was with Rodriguez, CBS reported.
According to a missing persons report, Frisina left her home through her bedroom window, taking some clothes and her wallet but leaving her cellphone, which had been erased of data. According to FOX 30 News in Jacksonville, Rodriguez has been taken into custody in the Syracuse area.
Columbia County deputies say Rodriquez is now charged with interference in child custody.
The pair was spotted at 4 p.m. Friday by a State Police investigator, Todd Grant, who recognized Rodriguez's red Mercury sedan and its Florida license plates.
Law enforcement officials had confirmed this week that Frisina, 17, was with 27-year-old Rian Rodriguez, traveling north from Florida after they were seen at a pawn shop in Fayetteville, N.C. on Sunday.
"There's just so many questions and emotions", Scarlet Frisina said. But I absolutely believe that she was lied to and totally misled. First Coast News was told he was sacked for not showing up to work.
Columbia County Sheriff's Office was searching for 17-year-old Caitlyn Frisina, who went missing with a high school soccer coach last Saturday.
Authorities said earlier this week it appeared "a potential relationship" was blossoming between Frisina and Rodriguez before the teen's disappearance.
Rodriguez and the teen had been around each other "at sports events, but they've never been alone at all", Smith said.
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