Nine-year-old Charlotte Sena was found alive Monday evening and a suspect in her abduction was arrested, according to State Police.
Multiple law enforcement sources said the suspect, 46-year-old Craig Ross Jr., allegedly left a note at Charlotte’s parents’ house — possibly demanding some type of ransom in connection with her disappearance.
Those sources also said that police had raided a house in Milton on Monday evening. That residence is on Barrett Road — off Middeline Road — about 13 miles south of where Charlotte Sena lived with her family in Porter Corners, near Corinth. Relatives of the suspect apparently live at the Barrett Road residence, and the girl may have been found in some type of trailer on the property, according to a law enforcement source.
The State Police issued a statement Monday evening saying Charlotte Sena had been found safe and “is in good health” and that more information would be released on Tuesday. A source said the girl was taken via ambulance to Albany Medical Center Hospital.