This undated photo released by the Surprise, Ariz., Police Department shows Miguel Rodriguez-Perez. Authorities say a 17-year-old girl abducted from the Wendy’s restaurant where she worked in Idaho has been found in Arizona along with Rodriguez-Perez, who is accused of taking her. Police tell KNXV-TV Rodriguez-Perez, 18, was taken into custody without incident early Tuesday, May 21, 2019, in Surprise, Ariz. Police say the girl appeared unharmed. (Surprise Police Department via AP) SURPRISE, Ariz. – A 17-year-old girl abducted from an Idaho fast-food restaurant where she worked was found safe in Arizona on Tuesday and the man accused of taking her was jailed on a $1 million bond, authorities said. Police in the Phoenix suburb of Surprise said 18-year-old Miguel Rodriguez-Perez of Jerome, Idaho, was taken into custody without incident after he sped through a traffic stop and abandoned his car. Authorities tracked Rodriguez-Perez through his cellphone signal and he and the girl were found hiding underneath some bushes, according to police. They said the teen was examined by doctors, found to be unharmed and was waiting to be reunited with her family. Rodriguez-Perez was booked into a Phoenix jail on an outstanding felony warrant issued in Idaho and for… Read full this story
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