The FBI allegedly raided the apartment in Montana where Alicia Navarro had been living and the now 18-year-old “hung her head” and looked “like she was crying,” according to her neighbor.
Navarro then returned to her apartment in Montana and her neighbors said FBI agents started to stake out the building where she lived with an unidentified man.
One neighbor told the New York Post, “Three Havre police [cars] pulled up out of the building, and they all got out with guns drawn and went into the apartment.” He added the FBI agents were armed with assault rifles and wearing bullet proof vests.
The neighbor said agents then brought a man out of the apartment in handcuffs, “put him in a police car and they left fairly quickly,” The Post reported.
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Investigators have said they have questioned a man in the Alicia Navarro case, but no arrests have been made and no one is in custody.
The neighbor added that police brought Navarro out and “she covered her whole eyes” and had “her head down, like she was crying,” according to The Post.
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Navarro did talk to Glendale Police in a video conversation and said she had not been harmed and thanked police for helping her, officials said.
Navarro’s direct neighbors in the apartment building where she lived have refused to speak to reporters, as have Navarro and the man she has been living with, authorities said.
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