Missing Canadian girl found in Oregon, Noah Madrano arrested

OREGON CITY, Oregon — A 13-year-old girl who has been missing for more than a week in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, has been found in Oregon and the man accused of kidnapping is being held in jail, authorities said Monday.

According to an email from the FBI’s media office in Portland, FBI agents on Saturday helped arrest Noah Madrano, 41, on charges of luring the girl to the United States from Canada. The girl from the Canadian city of Edmonton was found in Oregon City, Oregon. Madrano is being held on state charges, the email said.

Madrano was in the Clackamas County Jail on charges of rape, sexual abuse and kidnapping, according to jail records. The records did not indicate whether he had a lawyer who could speak for him.

Oregon City Police spokesman Matt Paschall said Madrano is being held without bail and is scheduled to face charges Tuesday.

The Edmonton Police Service said in a statement that the girl went missing on June 24. An investigation by the Edmonton Police Department, Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Oregon City Police Department and the FBI located the girl and man Saturday. it said in the statement.

The girl was taken to a local children’s hospital for a precautionary check-up, the statement said. Her family was notified Saturday morning and arrangements were made to return her to her family, the statement said. Missing Canadian girl found in Oregon, Noah Madrano arrested


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