A Georgia man who allegedly licked a boy’s feet at a trampoline park and molested several children while working as a paraprofessional at a school in Augusta has been rearrested for approaching another boy about his feet, according to authorities.
On May 8, Caurey Rollins, 26, was released on bond with no ankle monitor, The Augusta Press reported.
On May 17, Rollins showed up in a subdivision, where he allegedly drove up to a 12-year-old boy who was playing basketball in his driveway.
Rollins stayed in his car, calling the boy over and showing him his phone with a photo of a boy’s feet, according to police. He then allegedly asked the pre-teen if his feet looked similar to the ones in the photo and the boy said no. Rollins asked the boy if he could see them, and the boy responded no and ran inside his home, police said.
The victim’s mother recalled hearing about a similar situation, so she looked up the story and found a news report on Rollins. She showed her son the story and he identified Rollins as the man who allegedly approached him in the driveway, The Augusta Press stated.
Rollins was already awaiting trial on eight counts of child molestation in Richmond County, authorities said.
According to The Augusta Press, Rollins allegedly licked the toes and feet of a 7-year-old boy while at a trampoline park. The owner told police that Rollins was alone in a fenced-in area designed for children to play and approached the child. Police said he “tickled his feet, asked him to remove his socks and eventually licked both of the victim’s feet.”
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On April 11, Rollins was also indicted on seven counts of child molestation involving three fourth-grade girls at the school he worked at. This followed his January arrest at the trampoline park.
He was placed on leave from the school in January and resigned on Feb. 11, officials said.
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