Published: Tue, December 05, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Parents of teen found in Syracuse speak out

Parents of teen found in Syracuse speak out

A soccer coach who ran away with a 17-year-old Columbia County student waived his extradition Monday morning in an upstate NY courtroom. That same friend also claimed that Rodriguez wanted Caitlyn to "leave the country with him and other insane stuff" and that Caitlyn felt "coerced".

The Gainesville Sun reports that the 17-year-old and Rian Rodriguez were stopped by a New York State Police officer Friday afternoon in Syracuse. The arrest warrant affidavit also mentioned that Frisina's parents called the authorities on November 26, saying they "discovered [Caitlyn] moved items in her bedroom and exited through her bedroom window".

According to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office, Frisina and Rodriguez were spotted in a 2001 red Mercury Sable by a New York State Police trooper in Syracuse at around 4 p.m. ET on Friday.

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Caitlyn left behind her cell phone when she disappeared, after doing a factor reset on it.

He encouraged Rodriguez to apply for the high school coaching job that brought him into their lives. A NY state police officer pulled the vehicle over for a traffic stop and found the pair inside.

Frisina was reunited with her family on December 2, reported CBS.

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Rodriguez faces a felony charge in Florida of interfering with child custody and he could face additional federal charges for taking Frisina across state lines. Frisina's family was notified and Rodriguez was taken into custody.

"We had a very handsome, wonderful, very emotional reunion with her a little while ago", the teen's mother, Scarlet Frisina, said at a news conference on Saturday. The sheriff's office said Frisina made a $200 ATM withdrawal Sunday in St. Marys, Georgia, which is about 100 miles northeast of Columbia County. "We just don't know what". "They seem like a really good, solid family, so if it could happen to them, it could happen to anyone", Smith said.

Rodriguez will be extradited from NY to Florida sometime in the next two weeks, Hunter said.

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