A 17-Year-Old Girl Was Arrested In The Scott Frost Burglary Case

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So it turns out Nebraska head coach Scott Frost didn’t lose all his championship rings — 14, to be specific — in a burglary that took place at his house in July. The Associated Press reported this week Frost found the rings in his garage, which means his lost items are down to exclusive Jordans, art, and helmets:

Lincoln Police Capt. Todd Kocian said Monday night that Frost found all of his championship rings, the gaming console and one Central Florida football helmet.

Still missing were the shoes, five other football helmets and photographs.

Further progress in the case was made as the Lincoln Journal Star’s Riley Johnson tweets a 17-year-old girl was arrested for being in possession of a pair of Oregon Duck Js:

BREAKING: @Lincoln_Police have arrested a 17yo girl in the 7/29 burglary at #Huskers Football Coach Scott Frost in south #LNK. Police found one of the #GoDucks Oregon shoes taken from Frost’s garage in the girl’s possession. More arrests could be coming, police say.

— Riley Johnson (@LJSRileyJohnson) August 9, 2018

Authorities are making the wise decision to withhold information while they continue to track down the scumbags:

Some of the posts online were hoax posts. It’s unclear exactly what led police to this girl because they are holding back information as they continue investigating.

— Riley Johnson (@LJSRileyJohnson) August 9, 2018

Despite locating the rings, the missing memorabilia out there is estimated to be worth around $50,000. A fat number for sure, but much more palatable than the original $165,000 figure.

Taken in the burglary was $50k in shoes, football helmets and artwork.

Frost initially believed 14 championship rings were taken but those were later found.

No one was home at the time.

— Riley Johnson (@LJSRileyJohnson) August 9, 2018

The intruder(s) gained entrance into Frost’s home, which is currently being renovated, through an unlocked garage.

Pro tip to the thieves: Hitting eBay and Craigslist to fence that stuff probably isn’t the wise move right now.