Missing teen found safe in NY

Missing teen found safe in NY

Rodriguez was a high school boys' soccer coach at Fort White High School, but he has been suspended pending the investigation, according to a statement from Lex Carswell, superintendent of Columbia County Schools.

They said it's likely Caitlyn Frisina and Rian Rodriguez realize they are the focus of a nationwide search, and that they have connections in Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey. Frisina and Rodriguez might have been traveling north after the teen left her home on her own, leaving behind her phone, "which she fully erased", the Columbia County Sheriff's office said in a Facebook post on Sunday.

The 17-year-old girl who was believed to have fled her home with a soccer coach at her high school has been found safe, according to reports.

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The sheriff's office said they would have more details to come about the situation. Deputies said the pair were also spotted at a Pilot gas station in Saint George, South Carolina; in Hardeeville, South Carolina; and at Parker Jewelry and Pawn Shop in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She also withdrew $200 from an ATM in St. Mary's, Georgia, on Sunday. "Although she's 17 years old, she's still unable to consent by law".

"We love you and we miss you and we need to know that you're safe", her mother said. Rodriguez was taken into custody and Caitlyn's family has been notified.

Authorities say a missing Florida teenager who was spotted in Dorchester County earlier this week has been found safe in NY. Ward Frisina said there were no indications his daughter might run away and it's not like her to be out of touch with her family.

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