The previous Florida soccer mentor, who was found in New York with a 17-year-old young lady he allegedly fled with, has been removed back to his home state and charged, as indicated by court records.
Rian Rodriguez, 27, was accused Thursday of rape and obstruction with youngster guardianship, the two crimes, as per imprison records. He’s being held in the Columbia County Detention Center on $125,000 bond. On the off chance that Rodriguez makes safeguard, he’s denied from having any contact with the youngster, Caitlyn Frisina, her family or any minors, News 4 Jax announced.
Rodriguez and Frisina were found in Syracuse, N.Y., on Dec. 1, about seven days after she initially vanished on Nov. 25. A New York state cop pulled the auto over for a movement stop and found the match inside.
FLORIDA TEEN FOUND WITH SOCCER COACH IN NY WAS AFRAID TO LEAVE US WITH HIM, REPORT SAYS
The teenager was most recently seen at her folks’ home in Fort White before supposedly connecting up with Rodriguez – the head mentor of the young men’s soccer group at the secondary school she went to.
After police found the combine, Rodriguez was captured in New York and held there until the point when Florida experts could gather him. The youngster’s folks traveled to the zone to lift her up and “had an extremely excellent, awesome, exceptionally passionate get-together,” as indicated by Frisina’s mom.
As indicated by court records got by News 4 Jax, both Rodriguez and Frisina apparently both uncovered that they were in a sexual relationship.
After her vanishing, her folks additionally purportedly found sexual messages on Snapchat between the combine. The teenager’s companion later uncovered to the stressed guardians that Frisina had beforehand “snared” with Rodriguez, as indicated by a capture affirmation.
However, when Rodriguez needed to leave the nation with Frisina and go to Canada, the teenager told a companion that “she didn’t know how to receive in return” and dreaded “he would botch up her life.”
On the off chance that Rodriguez is sentenced the two charges against him, he could look up to 35 years in prison, as per News 4 Jax.