A missing Florida teenage girl has been found safe, authorities said Friday, almost one week after she allegedly left home with a local soccer coach 10 years her senior. Rodriquez was taken into custody without incident and Frisina was detained. Law enforcement officials had issued a nationwide alert for her and Rian Rodriguez, who had been tracked through an ATM withdrawal in Georgia on Sunday and by surveillance cameras at convenience stores in SC and North Carolina.
The records detail a conversation Caitlyn had with the friend. According to authorities in Florida, the teen left her home on her own and left her cell phone after wiping the device clean. "We just don't know what".
The affidavit also reveals that a school resource officer investigated a rumor in August that Frasina and Rodriguez were in a relationship but concluded it was false.
Caitlyn Frisina, 17, has been missing since Sunday.
Rodriguez has not been arrested or charged at this time, but he is cooperating with the investigators and is now being questioned, according to NY state police. "We are so thankful to have her back".
Mr. Frisina told police he made several attempts to contact Rodriguez, including leaving messages on his voicemail.
Authorities did not release much additional information in statements Friday, though they indicated a news conference Monday will provide updates. First Coast News was told he was sacked for not showing up to work. The service provider started pinging Rodriguez's cellphone later that day.
According to his arrest records, Rodriguez took a Discover credit card that belonged to his father and was used in Hardeeville and St. George, South Carolina.