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Pasco County’s sheriff Chris Nocco said Reginald Clark, 19, Luis Alberto Encarnacion, 22, and a boy, 17, were arrested in connection with the case.
UPDATE: Montana Breseman was located and is safe in Tampa. Thank you everyone for sharing! pic.twitter.com/gf0P4nyItu
— Pasco Sheriff (@PascoSheriff) April 13, 2021
After an amber alert went off on an 11-year-old girl Monday night, the Pasco County Sheriff’s office tweeted at 7:15 am Tuesday that Montana “Jordan” Breseman was in Tampa and safe.
Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco gave further details of the investigation at a press conference Tuesday.
Sheriff Nocco first thanked community members and other law enforcement agencies for their help in safely locating Montana.
The sheriff said Montana was in Hillsborough County, at the home of a grown man she considered her boyfriend.
While the investigation is still ongoing, Nocco said several arrests have already been made, including the two people featured in previously released surveillance videos of 7-Eleven near River Ridge Middle School in Montana for the last time before his Disappearance was seen.
Reginald Clark, 19, from Jacksonville, and a 17-year-old boy from Clearwater, were charged with disrupting childcare, which is a crime.
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Luis Alberto Encarnacion, 22, from Tampa, who is the MP who says Montana is her boyfriend, is still on trial.
“In her mind she thought Luis was her friend. We all know it’s not real. It’s not real – that an 11-year-old has a 22-year-old boyfriend, “Nocco said.
“What is real is that Luis, this 22-year-old, acted like a predator against this little child.”
Sheriff Nocco said detectives believed Montana met and communicated with the three men on social media, but were still working to connect Encarnacion, Clark and the 17-year-old boy.
The sheriff said he believed “many negative childhood experiences” led Montana to seek stability in Encarnacion. He mentioned that Montana was not in the care of his parents or any other family member.
Nocco pointed out that the sheriff’s office is working with children’s charities to provide Montana with the help and resources it needs to be in the best position long term.
He also urged parents to talk to their children about human trafficking and monitor what their children are doing online to prevent such situations from reoccurring in the future.