Report: Police recover ring stolen from Nate Solder’s home

AP

An alleged theft of jewelry from the home of Patriots tackle Nate Solder has reportedly ended in an arrest.

According to the Herald News of Fall River, Massachusetts, Fall City police have charged a 24-year-old man with larceny after he is alleged to have taken a $10,000 diamond ring from Solder’s home on April 29. Police allege the man then pawned the ring, which belongs to Solder’s girlfriend, for $150.

The alleged theft occurred as construction was being done on Solder’s home, according to the Herald News, citing police.

The ring was returned to Solder’s girlfriend, according to the report.

The 26-year-old Solder is in his fourth season with the Patriots. He was the club’s first-round pick in 2011. In April, the Patriots exercised an option to keep him under contract through 2015.