Fla. girl found safe after running away with soccer coach

Jerome Frank
Декабря 3, 2017

Rodriguez had been working as a boys' soccer coach at Fort White High School, but was suspended pending the investigation, according to a statement from Columbia County Schools superintendent Lex Carswell.

- A 17-year-old Florida girl believed to be on the run with a high school soccer coach and seen last weekend in Fayetteville has been found in NY and is safe, the Columbia County Sheriff's Office tweeted Friday evening. She and Rodriguez were spotted on surveillance video at a food store in SC and at a pawn shop in North Carolina, they said. It's believed she left voluntarily with him, authorities said earlier.

The search for Caitlyn Frisina, a 17-year-old from Fort White, began Sunday morning, when her parents discovered she was missing from their home.

Sometime after 4 p.m. Friday, a NY state police officer spotted a red Mercury with a Florida license plate in north Syracuse near Taft Road and Route 11.

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.

The sheriff's office said Caitlyn Frisina was found safe in NY.

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According to State Police, Frisina appeared to have gone with Rodriguez willingly.

Columbia County deputies say Rodriquez is now charged with interference in child custody.

Frisina and Rodriguez were spotted on cameras in Georgia on Sunday and then at a pawn shop in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

Her mother Scarlett Parnell Frisina wrote on Facebook, "Our Caitlyn is safe & we're headed to get her!"

"That was one of the best phone calls that I've made in my career", Hunter said.

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