Girl arrested in connection with theft at Scott Frost's home

Girl arrested in connection with theft at Scott Frost's home
Nebraska head coach Scott Frost speaks during an NCAA college football news conference in Lincoln, Neb., Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018. Frost has said repeatedly that Nebraska made a mistake moving away from the methods Osborne successfully used. Frost's job is to return his team to the place it held in the college football hierarchy two decades ago by returning to the methods Osborne used on and off the field to make the Cornhuskers great. 2018. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Police have arrested a 17-year-old girl who had a pair of shoes believed to have been stolen from the home of Nebraska football coach Scott Frost.

Police said Thursday she was arrested Tuesday and investigators are searching for others who might have been involved.

Frost reported on July 29 that burglars entered an unlocked garage door at the house, which is unoccupied while being renovated.

Officer Angela Sands said several pairs of athletic shoes, football helmets and artwork are still missing. Frost originally reported 14 championship rings from his time at three schools as a player and coach also were taken. The rings were later found in the garage.

Sands didn’t say what led police to the girl, citing the ongoing investigation.


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