A Florida teen was reportedly found safe more than 1,000 miles from her home following a lengthy search for her and her 27-year-old soccer coach. According to FOX 30 News in Jacksonville, Rodriguez has been taken into custody in the Syracuse area.
The 17-year-old climbed out her bedroom window on Saturday night and left behind her cell phone, which had been wiped clean of data.
Authorities said Frisina was believed to be traveling with Rian Rodriguez, 27, in a red Mercury Sable.
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He struggled with his chip shots, often faltering on the par 5s, that saw him placed at 1-under after the first nine holes. His first birdie came on the first when a 96-yard approach shot landed five feet from the hole for a simple birdie putt.
According to Fox News, Frisina's father said that Rodriguez was a family friend and there were no indications that his daughter would leave with him. Her former soccer coach Rian Rodriguez, 27, is now in jail on a charge of interference with a child's custody.
During interviews with news media reporters, the girl's parents had pleaded for her to return home. "But I absolutely believe that she was lied to and totally misled", Scarlett Frisina told CBS.
Frisina and Rodriguez were spotted on cameras in Georgia on Sunday and then at a pawn shop in Fayetteville, North Carolina. First Coast News was told he was sacked for not showing up to work.
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The two were believed to be headed north, authorities said earlier this week.
Authorities did not release much additional information in statements Friday, though they indicated a news conference Monday will provide updates. Police were investigating the "blossoming of a potential relationship" between Frisina and Rodriguez.
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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