Police have arrested two more suspects in the burglary of Nebraska football coach Scott Frost’s home.
A 16-year-old boy was identified and lodged at the youth services center last week after the arrest of a 17-year-old girl, who possessed one pair of the five sets of shoes reported stolen on July 29.
17 Year Old Girl Arrested in Frost Home Burglary Case https://t.co/dQhH19S54a
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Andrew Williams, 20 years old, was arrested Saturday on a burglary charge, according to Angela Sands, public information officer for the Lincoln Police Department. Investigators have recovered several pairs of shoes but continue to search for additional items.
Police make arrests in connection with burglary of Scott Frost’s home https://t.co/psGXHOxGIy
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A signed UCF helmet and other memorabilia were listed in the initial police report, in addition to 14 championship rings that Frost collected from his time as a coach at Oregon and UCF and as a player at Nebraska. The rings were later found at the home.
The items that remained un-recovered before the arrests were reported to be valued at approximately $50,000.
Frost, is set to coach his first game at Nebraska on Sept. 1st, hopefully this will all be behind him by then.