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Foot-Licker suspect re-arrested after approaching Grovetown boy



The former teacher’s aide who allegedly licked a boy’s feet at Urban Air and molested several children at his Augusta school has been re-arrested for approaching a Grovetown boy this week about his feet.

Caurey Rollins, 26, was picked up Friday in Augusta and will be transferred to Columbia County on charges of attempted child molestation, authorities said. He will be held without bond.

Rollins was released on bond May 8 with no ankle monitor. He turned up Wednesday afternoon in the Belair Commons subdivision, where he allegedly drove up to a 12-year-old boy who was playing basketball in his driveway.

From his white Camaro, Rollins got the boy’s attention and showed his phone with a photo of boy’s feet. He asked the child if his feet looked like ones in the photo. The boy said no, and the suspect asked the boy if he could see them. The victim said no and ran inside his home, a sheriffs report says.

The boy’s mother had heard about a similar situation and looked up the story on Rollins from a news report. Her son identified Rollins as the man in the white Camaro.

Columbia County authorities consulted the District Attorney’s Office and obtained a warrant for attempted child molestation.

Rollins is awaiting trial on eight counts of child molestation in Richmond County. Augusta District Attorney Jared Williams had opposed bond, but Superior Court Judge Amanda Heath granted a $38,700 bond with conditions. His defense attorney is Keith Johnson.

Conditions of his bond were to have no contact with the victims, abide by a curfew and to avoid the alleged incident locations, according to jail records. He also had to attend all court hearings.

His address is listed as his parents’ home on Ramblewood Drive. The alleged incident locations were Urban Air Adventure Park and Glenn Hills Elementary School.

Rollins was indicted by a grand jury April 11 on seven counts of child molestation involving three fourth-grade girls at the school during fall term. The indictment followed Rollins’ January arrest and indictment for allegedly sucking the toes of a young boy’s feet at the trampoline park.

Rollins was placed on leave by the school system in January and resigned Feb. 11. Glenn Hills parents were informed of his arrest at that time.

(Story based on joint reporting between The Augusta Press and The Austin Rhodes Show.)

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  1. WHY wasn’t this criminal in jail?? Just keep letting these criminals out on bail with or without money and you have GUARANTEED REPEATERS at the expense of law abiding citizens and their children! We are very slow learners! Just look at where New York, Chicago, Baltimore, San Francisco, and the democrat “not their fault” agenda cities abetted by disgraceful district attorneys are in criminal activity.

  2. This kid was my nephew..you let him out again and eventually he is going tuneup into the wrong dad…the judge that granted him bing should be removed from the bench..crimes against children should warrant bond..this man is a predator and should be locked away!

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