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Mississippi female, 13, located in Kentucky person arrested in link to her disappearance

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Kentucky law enforcement have arrested a 19-12 months-previous gentleman in connection to the disappearance of a 13-12 months-old Mississippi girl.

Just 3 days elapsed in between the time the victim left her Ridgeland, Mississippi, residence on July 26 and when Covington law enforcement arrested Velasquez-Perez on July 29.

“We get lacking people reports on a frequent basis… numerous periods, they are nearby and continue to be community. Sometimes, they wind up crossing condition lines,” Covington Law enforcement Division Lt. Col. Brian Valenti told G3 Box News Electronic. “It was just a ton of superior law enforcement do the job from the Mississippi agency and [Covington police] to set the pieces alongside one another.”

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Robin Velasquez-Perez is billed with next-diploma rape, custodial interference and an immigration charge. He is being held on $10,000 bond.

Robin Velasquez-Perez has been charged with 2nd-diploma rape and custodial interference, as well as an immigration cost, in connection to the disappearance of a 13-12 months-outdated lady.
(Kenton County Jail)

Police considered that the teenager was with Velasquez-Perez when she disappeared from property. A image from an evident Instagram account shows Velasquez-Perez with the text “mi amor,” or “my adore,” and “te amo mucho,” or “I appreciate you so considerably.” 

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Valenti said the pair have been in a “romance,” and the girl traveled with Velasquez-Pere to Kentucky, wherever his relatives lives.

Authorities have been able to monitor the girl’s locale by means of her smartphone to a house on East 15th Road in Covington, law enforcement reported, as FOX 19 initial documented.

“We were being finding phone calls from a detective from the company in Mississippi,” Valenti said, incorporating that the Mississippi staff was able to observe the girl’s cellular phone to a common place. More recent telephones, he described, can give an correct site although older or considerably less sophisticated phones generally give a typical area.

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At the time in custody, Velasquez-Perez allegedly admitted to his crimes.

The woman has since been safely and securely reunited with her family members in Mississippi. 

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