When police interviewed the girl, she said Brown came to her house, ordered her to leave and said if she didn't, she would get hurt.
She said he took her to Milton and sexually assaulted her, and then his car broke down when the two were driving back toward Pensacola.
The woman gave police information on the girl's phone and the man who had been allegedly "stalking" her.
A convicted sex offender from Milton, Alaric Balfour Brown, 32, was arrested and charged with simple assault and kidnapping in connection to the case.
The suspect in the kidnapping of an Escambia County teenager now faces additional charges for allegedly sexually assaulting the girl.
Alfaric Balfour Brown, 32, was arrested May 26 after he allegedly kidnapped a teenager he had met months earlier on Facebook.
An Escambia County girl was allegedly kidnapped by a man she had been messaging on Facebook and was rescued after sending a coded text message for help, according to authorities.
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Milton Police Department Chief Tony Tindell said at the time of Brown's arrest that Milton police had jurisdiction over the sexual assault portion of the alleged crime, and the investigation was ongoing until Tuesday when the warrant was signed.
Brown remains in custody in the Escambia County Jail on a 1,000 bond.
Brown remains in the Escambia County Jail on a 1,000 bond.
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