Police have made an arrest in the late July burglary of Scott Frost’s home.
According to a report by Nicole Neri of the Lincoln Journal Star, a 17-year-old girl in possession of an Oregon Ducks shoe [note: curiously, the report says “shoe” singular] believed to be stolen from Frost was arrested. Frost was an assistant coach at Oregon for seven seasons, from 2009 through 2015, serving on the staffs of head coaches Chip Kelly and Mark Helfrich. In that time, the Ducks appeared in multiple Rose Bowl games and played in two national championship games.
Frost estimated that $50,000 worth of shoes, football helmets and artwork was stolen from his home on July 29. The burglars reportedly entered through an unlocked garage. Frost initially reported championship rings stolen, but later revealed those items were still at his home.
Citing an ongoing investigation, police did not offer further details on the arrest of the girl, but said further arrests could be made in connection to the burglary.