Greeley Ortiz-Sacor (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
SHARONVILLE, OH (FOX19) -
A man is scheduled to face a judge Wednesday morning after police say he lured a 13-year-old girl into his car.
Greeley M. Ortiz-Sacor was booked into the Hamilton County jail at 3:21 a.m. on a criminal child enticement charge.
He lured the teen into his 2008 Scion TC by telling her he would take her back to her dad at the Berke Soccer Complex on Best Place, Sharonville police wrote in a sworn statement filed with Hamilton County Municipal Court.
Once the girl was inside the his vehicle, he told her he needed to go home to change first to change before he took her to her father, police wrote.
The car left the area of Crescentville Road and Champion Way and made a stop at the United Dairy Farmers store at Kemper Road and U.S. 42 (also called Lebanon Road) to buy cigarettes, court records show.
Then, police wrote, he took the teen to his trailer and that's where she got out of the car when he went inside.
She was found by a neighbor and called the police, records state.
Sharonville police said in a prepared statement the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office assisted them in the abduction investigation.
The teen was found in good health and there was no evidence of any type of abuse, they wrote.