Florida Teen Found in New York After Disappearing With Soccer Coach

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Frisina has family in NY and Rodriguez has family in Canada and Pennsylvania, according to Columbia County Sheriff's Office public information officer Murray Smith.

A multi-state search for Frisina began after she was last seen by her family Saturday night.

A missing Florida teenage girl has been found safe, authorities said Friday, almost one week after the teen allegedly left home with a local soccer coach 10 years her senior. Law enforcement officials had issued a nationwide alert for her and Rian Rodriguez, who had been tracked through an ATM withdrawal in Georgia on Sunday and by surveillance cameras at convenience stores in SC and North Carolina.

This is a developing story.

New York State Police said the Sable then pulled into a parking lot in front of a Subway where Rodriguez and Frasina were taken into custody without incident.

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

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The Post-Standard reports police are holding Rian Rodriguez on a charge from Florida known as interference with child custody.

On Friday afternoon, a New York State Police officer in Syracuse spotted the vehicle the two were believed to have fled in, the Columbia County Sheriff's Office. According to authorities in Florida, the teen left her home on her own and left her cell phone after wiping the device clean.

The Columbia County Sheriff's Office confirmed a missing teenager who is believed to have ran away with a soccer coach was found safe on Friday. It's believed she had left voluntarily with him.

"We had a very handsome, wonderful, very emotional reunion with her a little while ago", the teen's mother, Scarlet Frisina, told reporters at a news conference Saturday afternoon. Security camera footage from a Fayetteville pawn shop appears to show Caitlyn.

According to First Coast News, Rodriguez was a coach for the boys' soccer team at Fort White High School.