Details emerge on new molestation counts against ex-teacher’s aide

An indictment shows Caurey Rollins, 25, is accused of molesting several kids during his time as a teacher’s aide.
Published: Apr. 14, 2023 at 1:16 PM EDT
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AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) - New documents obtained by News 12 explain the eight child molestation charges for a former Glenn Hills Elementary School teacher’s aide, all within a five-month period.

It’s the kind of story that has every parent thinking about who has access to their child at school.

An indictment shows Caurey Rollins, 25, is accused of molesting several kids during his time as a teacher’s aide.

In documentation sent to News 12, it says Richmond County schools received information on Feb. 1 about a male paraprofessional teacher possibly touching female students inappropriately. It lists four female victims.


The district hired Rollins on Aug. 11, 2022, as a general paraprofessional.

Some of his responsibilities included serving as an assistant to the teacher and assisting with the supervision of students while promoting activities to enhance the social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development of students.

Another responsibility was to maintain the same high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality of information about students as expected by the teacher.

His contract was set for 10 months, but only made it five before he resigned.

Reports show he allegedly molested three children by touching them inappropriately.

We do not know the place where the incidents happened. But on Jan. 14 at Urban Air Adventure Park, he’s accused of sucking, licking, and kissing a child’s foot where he then received another molestation charge.

On Jan. 17 he was placed on administrative leave. Less than three weeks later, he sent an email with the subject line reading: Resign. Stating he was resigning from his position due to the situation at hand and that it would be in his best interest to step down and seek different employment.

After the administration responded, Rollins’ next email stated he hoped they both enjoyed their out-of-town conference trip as if he had no worries at all.

According to Child Enrichment, a child molestation prison sentence is anywhere from five to 20 years for one count. If found guilty on all eight counts, and sentenced to the maximum, Rollins is looking at 160 years behind bars.