Allie Loftis, the 13-year-old teen who apparently ran away from her suburban Massachusetts town on November 4 and had been last seen at the Port Authority Bus Terminal last Friday, was found in NJ yesterday. And police have arrested Jorge Garzon and charged him with "aggravated sexual assault, child endangerment and child abuse."

The teen was found in Garzon's Jersey City's home. The Jersey Journal reports, "The Jersey City Police Department and New York City Police Department Missing Persons Squad went to the man's Winfield Avenue home to look for the girl," and cops say the teen was "repeatedly raped." While authorities have not disclosed how the girl and Garzon met, NJ.com's source says they met on the Internet.

The teen had left a note at her Wayland, MA home that said, "Don’t look for me. I’m not lost, I’m found." Her father, Tony Loftis, said before she was discovered, "We live in the middle of nowhere so if she was at a friend’s house, we would have known. It was clear that she was missing and we needed to track her down." Tony Loftis grew up in Brooklyn and has been in Brooklyn looking for his daughter, believing she would have gone there, explaining, "I live in semi-rural community where it's peaceful and quiet, and she wanted big city, bright lights. She wanted to go to school in a different area. As she said, where we live is boring."