We have a development in the burglary of former UCF-now Nebraska head coach Scott Frost’s Lincoln home.
This as, authorities there announced Thursday that have taken a 17 year old female into custody for having possession of one of Frost’s Oregon Air Jordan shoes.
Teen arrested in burglary at Husker coach Scott Frost's home https://t.co/ktzrksG64g
— Lincoln Journal Star (@JournalStarNews) August 9, 2018
They allegedly took numerous championship rings of Frost’s from his Nebraska playing days and his Oregon and UCF coaching stints. The rings included a UCF “National Champions” ring that has caused controversy. Although apparently most, if not all, of the rings were found in the garage of the home a short time after the burglary was reported.
Still missing, now, are items like football helmets, autographed pictures, the high end Nike shoes, and other memorabilia.
Authorities would not specify, yet, what led them specifically to the 17 year old. However, a source told the paper that online postings about having memorabilia led to many tips and furthered the investigation.
Lincoln police also stressed they believe there could be several more arrests in the case.
And, they and Frost still believe that the merchandise and memorabilia missing is worth an estimated $50,000.
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