A former elementary school teacher’s aide who was on bond for licking a boy’s feet was arrested again after approaching another boy and asking to see his feet.
Caurey Rollins, 26, had only been out of jail for 10 days before his trial for eight counts of child molestation when he pulled over his white Camaro outside of a Grovetown home where a 12-year-old boy was playing basketball in his driveway on Wednesday, according to The Augusta Press.
According to the police report, Rollins showed the boy a picture of feet on his phone and asked him if his feet looked like the ones in the picture.
When the boy said no, Rollins asked if he could see them.
According to the document, the boy said no and ran inside.
The boy’s mother remembered hearing about Rollins and looked up a news story about him on her phone. Her son recognised him as the driver of the car.
Rollins was arrested in Augusta on Friday and is expected to be transferred to Columbia County on attempted child molestation charges.
According to authorities, he will be held without bond.
Rollins was released on bond on May 8 with no ankle monitor while awaiting trial in Richmond County on eight counts of child molestation.
According to jail records, Augusta District Attorney Jared Williams argued against the bond, but the judge granted a $38,700 bond with conditions that he have no contact with the victims, follow a 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. curfew, and avoid the alleged incident locations.
According to an affidavit, the foot-licking incident occurred on Jan. 14 at the Urban Air Adventure Park in Augusta, where a 7-year-old boy was spending time with a friend and the friend’s mother.
The child’s guardian told deputies that Rollins approached him in a fenced-in play area, asked him to sit in front of him, and tickled his feet.
Rollins allegedly then asked the boy “to remove his socks and eventually licked both of the victim’s feet,” according to the document.
Rollins told deputies that he had met up with family members who had just left the trampoline park and that he was about to leave as well, but investigators later determined that he was alone.
He was later charged with molestation.
The other charges stem from incidents at Glenn Hills Elementary School, where Rollins worked as a physical education paraprofessional.
According to the Augusta Press, Rollins was indicted by a grand jury on seven counts of child molestation involving three fourth-grade girls at the school during the fall term on April 11.
Rollins was placed on administrative leave by the school district in January and resigned on February 11.