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Crime Missing Fla. Teen Who 'Everybody Loved' Is Found Dead in Swampy Area, as Family Seeks Justice

23:07  26 february  2021
23:07  26 february  2021 Source:   people.com

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According to police, the teen was found in the company of her alleged kidnapper, Jaddier Sanchez. She was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment of minor, unspecified injuries. According to the Sun-Sentinel, Florida officials have yet to charge Sanchez, but are said to be considering three counts of kidnapping and single counts of armed robbery and grand theft of a vehicle. The paper also reports that Sanchez has been in and out of prison since 2003 after being convicted on charges including aggravated battery, kidnapping, armed robbery, and domestic violence with intent to kill.

The family of 36-year old Carla Stefaniak has gone to the morgue in Costa Rica to identify a body that might belong to the Florida woman who went missing in the country a week ago. “We are deeply saddened and devastated by the tragic events that occurred last week,” Jenkins wrote. “The owners are fully cooperating with the authorities in the investigation and we hope that once the facts are determined, the perpetrator is brought to justice . Our deepest sympathies are with the family of the victim of this horrible crime.”

A suspect has been arrested in the death of an 18-year-old Florida teen whose body was found in a swamp.

a group of people posing for the camera: Sumter County Sheriff's Office (2) Victim Charlie Roberts, Jr. (left); David Anthony Gracia (right) © Provided by People Sumter County Sheriff's Office (2) Victim Charlie Roberts, Jr. (left); David Anthony Gracia (right)

On Tuesday, 18-year-old Charlie Roberts, Jr. was reported missing after his family tracked his cell phone to Green Swamp Wildlife Management Area, a nature preserve in Central Florida.

Sumter County officials began searching for Roberts in the densely wooded, swampy area that encompasses 50,000 acres throughout three counties. They used helicopters, ATVs and drones until Wednesday night, when they found his body.

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a group of people posing for the camera: Victim Charlie Roberts, Jr. (left); David Anthony Gracia (right) © Sumter County Sheriff's Office (2) Victim Charlie Roberts, Jr. (left); David Anthony Gracia (right)

While an official cause of death has not been determined, officials believe Roberts was shot to death.

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On Thursday, David Anthony Gracia, of Lakeland, was arrested on first-degree murder charges in Roberts' death. The relationship between Roberts and his alleged killer remains unknown. Police have not released a motive.

Gracia is being held in Sumter County Detention Center with no bail.

While authorities continue to investigate Roberts' death, the teen's family is demanding justice.

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Investigators found no evidence that the missing baby was with Ernesto Caballeiro when his father died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the Pasco County Sheriff's Office said on January 30. Caballeiro left the Miami Dade County area about 4½ hours before arriving at the spot where he killed himself, the sheriff's office said. During that time, investigators frantically searched for the baby, using helicopters and bloodhounds. There's been no sign of him so far. Police did not disclose the relationship between the father and the women found dead in the Miami home.

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"I want the person to be prosecuted to the fullest, of course. This was a family member, a child, nobody deserves death," the teen's cousin William Gamble told Fox13.

Gamble is also hoping for some answers in his loved one's murder.

"What would cause you to want to kill a child? What did he do so wrong that it deserved death...and to be left where he was left at?" he said, the station reports.

The investigation into Roberts' death remains ongoing. Anyone with information is urged to call the Sumter County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division at (352)-569-1680 or Crimeline at 1-(800)-423-TIPS.

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