PASCO COUNTY, Fla. - Authorities said they have found a 4-year-old Pasco County boy with Adam Matos, who deputies connected to a quadruple homicide
Investigators said they found Tristan Santisteban and Matos at the Floridian hotel in Tampa.
Santisteban was found safe and unharmed, authorities said.
Deputies were conducting a welfare check at a Hudson home when they discovered Santisteban was missing. They also found two women and two men killed nearby.
Matos, 28, is from Pennsylvania, where he has a long criminal history. Investigators are not sure if Matos is Santisteban’s father, or a family friend.
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“As I said we have two cases going on. One is a missing person case, the other is a homicide. We’re missing a little child. That is our biggest concern right now, is to find Tristan,” said Chris Nocco with the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office.
The homicide victims have not been identified.
Matos' cousin lives in Orange County and investigators were seen searching the home.
"Adam, if you are out there, I know you might be scared. I don't know what's going on. Do what's right. Come forward and call somebody," said Matos' cousin, who did not want to be identified.
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