Friend finds 17-year-old girl slain in Kissimmee home

Police ID victim as Coralis Enid Remigio Rivera

By Ezzy Castro - Reporter, Gaby Nunez - Producer

KISSIMMEE, Fla. - A 17-year-old girl who was found slain Sunday night in Kissimmee has been identified by authorities.

Kissimmee police said Coralis Enid Remigio Rivera's body was found just before 7 p.m. by a friend who was checking on her inside her home at the Country Life Mobile Home Park on Roscoe Drive.

Rivera lived at the home with her parents, who were out of town, according to police. It's unclear how long her body was in the home before it was found, although it's not believed to have been a long time, police said.

The 911 caller who found Rivera said he broke down her bedroom door to find her dead. In Spanish, he described her as "disheveled" and "lifeless."

"She wasn't answering," the caller said in Spanish. "So I broke the door and I found her dead. She was dead, thrown on the bed."

The caller said he had been trying to reach Rivera since Sunday morning before coming to her home.

Police said it's believed that Rivera's death was an isolated incident, but an investigation is ongoing.

No other details have been released.

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