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Alex Mata Garcia Wanted in Florida on Charges of Lewd or Lascivious Battery

Alex Mata Garcia
Alex Mata Garcia Wanted in Florida on Charges of Lewd or Lascivious Battery

Alex Mata Garcia (DOB 6/2/99) – Mata Garcia has a bench warrant for failure to appear in court on charges of lewd or lascivious battery. Police say this 20-year-old man was having sexual relations with a 12-year-old girl after the two met on social media. When the girl told a trusted adult, police questioned Mata Garcia, who said that he thought the girl was 16 – which would have still made his actions illegal.

Mata Garcia spent one month in jail for this charge before posting $25,000 bail. He was supposed to show back up in court for a hearing in February, however, he’s been AWOL ever since. He was last known to be working for a roofing company, under the alias of Franklin Morales Garcia. He is 4’11”, 140 pounds, and has a red birthmark on his temple. His last known address is in East Fort Myers.

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