Man sentenced to prison time for breaking into Scott Frost's home
A 21-year-old man from Lincoln received a two-to-four year sentence for breaking into the home of Nebraska head coach Scott Frost in late July, according to a report.
The Lincoln Journal Star reported that Andrew Williams was sentenced to serve two to four years in prison for breaking into Frost’s Lincoln home while the head coach was at B1G Media Days in late July. He pleaded guilty to the burglary charge a month ago.
Before he received his sentence, Williams apologized for his actions.
“I can’t apologize to Scott Frost because he’s not here right now,” Andrew M. Williams told Lancaster County District Judge Susan Strong, according to the Journal Star. He also said he was under the influence at the time of the burglary.
Williams and two others entered Frost’s home through an unlocked garage door on July 27 and stole shoes, helmets and artwork. The value of the stolen items was listed at around $50,000.
In addition to the two-to-four year sentence for the burglary, Williams also faces an additional one year in prison on a separate drug charge.
The other two individuals who burglarized the home with Williams are still awaiting trial in adult court. Both are 17.