Oklahoma Safety Will Sunderland Turns Himself in on Burglary Charge

Tyler Conway@jtylerconwayFeatured ColumnistJune 28, 2017

FILE - In this Saturday, April 9, 2016, file photo, Oklahoma wide receiver Lee Morris (86) is tackled by Oklahoma safety Will Sunderland (21) during a spring NCAA college football game in Norman, Okla. Sunderland has been suspended from the team indefinitely. Oklahoma County court records show that Sunderland was charged with concealing stolen property on June 13, and a warrant for his arrest was issued June 15. (AP Photo/Alonzo Adams, File)
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Oklahoma safety Will Sunderland turned himself in on a second-degree burglary charge Tuesday after allegedly stealing video game systems.

Ryan Aber of the Oklahoman reported the news.

Sunderland allegedly stole the video game systems and peripherals from a pair of baseball players March 15. He was not charged formally until earlier this month.

According to Aber, Sunderland was also charged with misdemeanor concealing stolen property after allegedly selling the game systems for $499.50.

Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley suspended Sunderland indefinitely after the charges were filed. The rising junior recorded 15 tackles in six games last season and was expected to compete for a starting safety spot in the fall.

Sunderland is slated for a July 20 court appearance.

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