Soccer coach arrested with teen had started new job
05 December, 2017, 02:51 | Author: Edward Snyder
The man she was found with - 27-year-old Rian Rodriguez - waived his right to an extradition hearing. She was reportedly anxious that Rodriguez would "mess up her life" if she didn't go along with him.
Caitlyn Frisina and her very relieved parents have appeared at a press conference in their Florida hometown, a week after the 17-year-old disappeared with a school soccer coach.
According to Rodriguez's arrest report, Scarlet Frisina had been calling her daughter's friends and discovered Caitlyn's relationship with Rodriguez.
Frisina was reunited with her parents over the weekend.
Police say a New York State Trooper noticed Rodriguez's auto with a Florida tag.
Caitlyn left behind her cell phone when she disappeared, after doing a factor reset on it.
In the messages, Caitlyn makes explicit remarks about Rodriguez's genitals.
Frisina said Friday before her daughter was found that Rodriguez was the only person who didn't answer when she and her husband were calling around trying to find Caitlyn Sunday morning.
State police investigator Todd Grant told the Syracuse Post-Standard he spotted Rodriguez's vehicle, a red Mercury Sable, on Friday after Rodriguez left an employee orientation at a Salina direct marketing firm. Cops say they revealed explicit exchanges between her and Rodriguez.
Rian Rodriguez was taken into custody in suburban Syracuse on Friday night on a Florida felony charge of interference with child custody.
Scarlet and Ward Frisina drove to upstate NY to be reunited with their daughter over the weekend.
Caitlyn's father, Ward Frisina, told police that after checking his daughter's bank account, he saw that she withdrew $200 from an ATM in St. Marys, Georgia. "We just want you to know we love you and miss you, we need to know you are safe", mom Scarlet Frisina said. That was the teen's last known location, Smith said.
Rodriguez was arrested and is being held in Onondaga County on a fugitive warrant, according to Syracuse.com.
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