Ex-Georgia teacher’s aide accused of licking child’s feet at trampoline park granted bond

AUGUSTA, Ga. — A former Georgia school employee accused of licking a child’s feet at a trampoline park and facing other molestation charges was granted bond.

Caurey Rollins appeared in court on Friday where a Richmond County Superior Court judge ruled on Rollins’ bond.

Richmond County jail records show he was granted a $38,700 bond. The jail records do not show if he paid the bail amount.

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Police arrested Rollins on Jan. 14 at Urban Air Adventure Park in Augusta after a mother said Rollins tickled her 7-year-old son’s feet, asked him to take his socks off and eventually licked both of his feet.

Rollins told the business owner that he was visiting the park with a family who had already left and he was getting ready to leave, according to a sheriff’s office report. He charged with the sexual exploitation of children.

Court documents show that Rollins was indicted in April on seven more counts of felony child molestation for groping students, stemming from separate events that happened on August 11, 2022.


Rollins worked as a teacher’s aide at Glenn Hills Elementary, where he has since resigned.

WJBF in Augusta obtained documents that showed that Rollins was placed on unpaid leave on Jan. 17.

The documents also included a copy of Rollins’ resignation letter, which the district accepted on Feb. 11. Four days later, the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office officially charged Rollins for the incident at the trampoline park.

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