Gainesville, FL (CBS/WFOR) - The family of a missing man appears in court, begging for information about their loved one.
Christian Aguilar's aunt Sandra Aguilar said in court, "He's our only help and we're begging him to tell us where he is so we can find him."
In court, the family of missing Miami teen Christian Aguilar huddles together and pleads with jailed Pedro Bravo to help them find Christian. His mom made a direct appeal. Claudia Maria Elena Aguilar said, "We ask directly to him, one clue, one address, any place where he remembers where is my son could be at."
Bravo is accused of depriving Christian of medical care after police say the two got into a fight Thursday. He was in bond court in Gainesville this morning. With tears in their eyes, Bravo's parents offered to join in the search. They asked for a low bond so they could bring him home to Miami. Bravo stood motionless during the hearing, while Christian's family held hands and crossed their fingers, hoping for a high bond. The judge set it at $100,000. His attorney said that's way too high for what Bravo is accused of doing.
Bravo's attorney Larry Turner says, "These are two best friends, best friends get into fights just like brothers and sisters get into fights. We are hoping Christian is alive and well and will be found in good health."
The last time Christian was seen was on Thursday at 3 p.m. on surveillance video at a Gainesville Best Buy. According to investigators, it was sometime after that when best friends Pedro Bravo and Christian got into a fight and Christian was left injured in this parking lot.
Since then, Christian's family and friends have been searching around the clock looking for any sign of him.