- The apartment complex where missing person Miya Marcano lived and worked updated its security procedures.
- In a Tuesday statement, it said a guard has been stationed at the front gate and made other changes.
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Arden Villas, an apartment complex in Orange County, Florida, where missing person Miya Marcano lived and worked, released a statement explaining updates to its security procedures following her disappearance.
“To ensure nothing like this happens again at Arden Villas, we are taking numerous, proactive steps to enhance our security protocols,” the statement, posted on Twitter by CBS News Affiliate 6 WKMG Reporter Nadeen Yanes, said.
A guard has been stationed at the front gate to record all comings and goings of guests and residents and maintenance is now operating on an appointment-only basis, according to the statement.
According to the statement, all new hires are vetted through a national background check service, and during onboarding, they are required to go through sexual harassment deterrence training.
The statement also addressed Armando Caballero, a maintenance worker at Arden Villas and a person of interest in the case, who was found dead by apparent suicide.
The statement said there were no reports of burglary or sexual assault found in his background check and all rumors stating the contrary are in reference to another person with the same name.
-Nadeen Yanes (@NadeenNews6) September 28, 2021
Marcano, age 19, was reported missing by her family. She was last seen on Friday at 5:00 p.m. local time.