Florida Teen Found in New York After Disappearing With Soccer Coach

Pauline Gross
December 5, 2017

The assistant boys' soccer coach at Fort White High School was found in Syracuse with 17-year-old Caitlyn Frisina in the passenger seat of his auto.

The Florida teen who was found on Friday after almost a week on the run with the soccer coach at her high school did not want to leave the country with him, her friend claims.

Frisina was reunited with her family on December 2, reported CBS. "More to follow as details come in", the Columbia County Sheriff's Office said in a tweet on Friday night.

"We are so appreciative for the role that each and every one played in helping with her safe and speedy recovery", Frisina said as Caitlyn clung to her father's arm nearby.

The Florida teen who ran away with a boy's soccer coach in Columbia County was afraid to leave the country with him, according to court documents.

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Oliver asked if Caitlyn revealed why she left.

State police investigator Todd Grant tells the Syracuse Post-Standard he spotted Rian Rodriguez's auto Friday after Rodriguez left an employee orientation at a direct marketing firm in suburban Syracuse. Police say Rodriguez had spent childhood vacations in the area. According to the friend, Caitlyn said the two were planning to leave and she (Caitlyn) didn't know how to get out of going. "I'm glad to have my daughter back where I know I can protect her [and] keep her safe as a father always wants to do". It wasn't immediately clear what criminal charges he would face.

"Ward and I and Caitlyn are very exhausted, worn out, in fact, physically and emotionally, and we feel that: she's home, she's OK, we're seeking counseling to help us work through things", Frisina's mother Scarlet Frisina told ABC News.

Ryan McManus, owner of Prime Time Marketing, told the Post-Standard that Rodriguez said he was moving from Florida and was living in a hotel. That was the teen's last known location, Smith said.

Her mother, Scarlet, told reporters Saturday afternoon they were very happy to have their daughter back.

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