Missing Florida 11-year-old girl found at home of 22-year-old ‘boyfriend’


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Mar 29, 2017
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A missing 11-year-old girl has been found at the home of her 22-year-old “boyfriend,” a man who has now been arrested on several charges, including child s*xual abuse.

Before being located early Tuesday, the girl had last been seen at River Ridge Middle School in New Port Richey, the Tampa Bay Times reported. Surveillance video showed the girl in a 7-Eleven store at 12:20 p.m. Monday, then leaving with two males in a dark, four-door Hyundai.

The two were identified later as Reginald Clark, 19, and a 17-year-old, investigators told the Tampa Bay Times. The girl was found at the Tampa home of Luis Alberto Encarnacion, 22, who the girl considered to be her boyfriend, the Pasco Sheriff’s Office told the Tampa Bay Times. The girl had met them through social media.

Tips from the community helped lead deputies to the home where she was found after she ran away from her middle school, WFLA-TV reported. An Amber alert had been issued as well.

Encarnacion was arrested and charged with s*xual battery, lewd and lascivious battery, concealing the location of a minor and unlawful use of a communication device, the newspaper said. The teens were charged with interference of child custody, according to WFLA.

“In her mind, she thought Luis was her boyfriend,” Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco said in a news conference on Tuesday, according to WFLA. “We all know that’s not real. That’s not real that an 11-year-old has a 22-year-old boyfriend. What is real is that Luis, this 22-year-old, acted like a predator on this little child.”
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