Reports say the girl was not abducted, but willingly left with Francisco Jaramillo Vazquez, 18.
News reports say 14-year-old Haley Porter asked Vazquez to turn around and take her home, but he refused. The teens were captured by U.S. Border Patrol agents in New Mexico, about 1,700 miles away from the girl's home in Cramerton, NC.
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A 14-year-old Cramerton girl and her 18-year-old boyfriend were captured by U.S. Border Patrol agents in New Mexico late Wednesday as the pair tried to make their way to Arizona.
Haley Porter faces punishment at home, said her mother, Roxanne Hunsucker.
Francisco Jaramillo Vazquez will face criminal charges, said Cramerton Police Chief Greg Ratchford.
“She was not abducted. She left on her own accord with him. But she’s 14 years old and he can’t take her out of state without her parents’ permission,” Ratchford said.
Hunsucker said she spoke with her daughter by telephone for the first time in more than three days around 1 p.m. Thursday.
“She was crying. I was crying. We were all crying,” Hunsucker said.
“She’s scared to death right now,” the mother said.
New Mexico State Police have Porter in a juvenile detention center, Hunsucker said.
Hunsucker does not dispute that her daughter left with Vazquez on her own after she got out of classes at Stuart Cramer High on Monday. Porter, a freshman, may have been having problems with other girls at the school, said the mother.
But she also accuses the older boy of manipulating her daughter.
“She said she was in the car and she said she told him she wanted to turn around, and he said he did too,” Hunsucker said. “But he just kept saying, ‘We’ll be OK.’”
Hunsucker said she and her boyfriend, Porter, and a younger sibling all moved from Charlotte to Cramerton in June to get away from Vazquez.
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