I told you that Caitlyn Frisina and her wetback buddy would be found by today. I’ll be very surprised if the brown sack of manure isn’t charged with some crime before this is all over.
Adding to the confusion is that Caitlyn has a BOYFRIEND whom she had over for Thanksgiving dinner. If I were a professional journalist, getting an interview with him would be a top priority: “How does it feel to have your girlfriend run off with a fat, ugly sack of sh*t, son?”
A missing Florida teenage girl has been found safe, authorities said Friday, nearly one week after the teen allegedly left home with a local soccer coach 10 years her senior.
Caitlyn Frisina, 17, was located in New York, authorities said Friday, with Rian Rodriguez, 27, a family friend and Frisina’s father’s assistant soccer coach at the high school, authorities said. It’s believed she left voluntarily with him, authorities said earlier.
Around 4 p.m. Friday, a New York State Police officer in Syracuse spotted the car the two were believed to have fled in, the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office. The officer pulled the car over and took Rodriguez into custody without incident, the sheriff’s office said.
Frisina was detained and her family has been notified, the sheriff’s office said. Rodriguez cooperated with the investigator and is currently being questioned by police, according to the New York State Police. He has not been arrested or charged with a crime at this point, and Florida authorities are en route to Syracuse, state police said.
The age of consent in Florida is 18. Caitlyn is 17. You know what the implications of her age are.
Frisina and Rodriguez were spotted on cameras in Georgia on Sunday and then at a pawn shop in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Authorities said earlier this week it appeared “a potential relationship” was blossoming between Frisina and Rodriguez before the teen’s disappearance.
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 Lex Carswell, superintendent of Columbia County Schools.
Frisina has played soccer at Fort White High School, according to an online roster published by Next College Student Athlete.
Rodriguez and the teen had been around each other “at sports events, but they’ve never been alone at all,” Smith said.
CAITLYN WITH FATHER.
CAITLYN’S LITTLE BROTHER CHANDLER.
More story and pictures at the Daily Mail