OU football player turns himself in on felony charge in Cleveland County

Will Sunderland, 20, faces a felony charge of second degree burglary in Cleveland County. (Cleveland County Detention Center)

An OU football player has turned himself on a felony charge in Cleveland County, under a week after being booked on related charges in Oklahoma County.

Will Sunderland, 20, turned himself in on a second degree burglary complaint June 27 in Norman. Court records allege Sunderland stole several gaming systems from OU baseball players at a Norman residence.

He then reportedly attempted to sell the gaming system at an Oklahoma City business. He has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor concealing stolen property charge in Oklahoma County.

Sunderland, a junior safety for the Sooners, has been suspended indefinitely from the team.

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