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Husband Of ‘Teen Mom’ Star Jenelle Evans Arrested — Courtland Rogers Charged With Felony Larceny

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Jenelle Evans’ estranged husband Courtland Rogers is behind bars at the Brunswick County Jail IN North Carolina once again – and RadarOnline.com has all the details.

The 28-year-old admitted heroin addict was booked at 5:39 p.m. on March 30 and charged with a misdemeanor count for failure to appear and felony larceny — which stem from an outstanding warrant for stealing and pawning jewelry.

As Radar exclusively first reported, Rogers allegedly stole jewelry, valued at over $1,000, from a friend he was crashing with and after Katie McMillan filed a theft report with the Wrightsville Beach Police Department, her family rings were found at a local pawn shop and quickly connected to Rogers — who allegedly used his ID to pawn the items.

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“Jenelle figured he would be back in jail soon,” a source close to the MTV star told Radar.

“She knows Courtland can’t get his sh*t together and it was only a matter of time.  She’s glad she isn’t with him anymore and wants to end their marriage as soon as she can.”

According to the new court documents, there is a $2,000 bond for the misdemeanor charge and a $10,000 bond for the felony larceny charge.

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On March 31, a probation violation count was tacked onto the troubled reality star’s charges, with an additional $50,000 bond.

Back in February, McMillan spoke to Radar about Rogers allegedly stealing and pawning her items while she was out of town.

“I can’t believe he did that to me. I was letting him stay in my house, trying to help him get help and even fed him and bought him groceries,” McMillan told Radar.

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Speaking about Rogers’ troubles with the law, McMillan added: “He told me if he got charged with one more felony, he would get an automatic 20 years in prison and be considered a ‘habitual felon.’”

Stay tuned to Radar for all the latest updates on Rogers’ incarceration.

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