PASCO COUNTY, Fla. — The Amber Alert has been canceled for a missing 11-year-old girl last seen in New Port Richey.
Pasco County officials say Montana "Jordan" Breseman has been found safe.
Deputies say she was found in the home of an adult male. At this time, there remains an active investigation into this case. Pasco Sheriff's Office has multiple people in custody, the two men in the previously released surveillance footage from the New Port Richey 7-Eleven and the adult with whom the girl was located.
The two males in the previously released surveillance footage from the New Port Richey 7-Eleven are identified as Reginald Clark from Jacksonville and Jonathon MacGregor from Clearwater.
The sheriff's office says that these individuals were connected to the girl through her online social network, where they also communicated with each other.
Both of them have been arrested for interference with child custody, which is a felony.
Charges on the male with whom she was located are still pending further investigation. He is identified as Luis Alberto Encarnacion from Tampa.
Deputies said Jordan was last seen Monday at River Ridge Middle School around 11 a.m.
She made statements to other students about possibly going to Georgia with an unknown man, Sheriff Nocco said.
Less than two hours later, detectives say surveillance video shows Jordan inside the 7-Eleven store at 8018 Moon Lake Road in New Port Richey. At approximately 12:23 p.m., she leaves the store and gets into a dark grey 2008 4-door Hyundai Sonata with a male in his late teens to early 20s.
The sheriff's office said early Tuesday morning that the man was located but Breseman was not with him.
Sheriff Nocco said Breseman goes to school in Pasco County, but she is from Hillsborough County.