OU football player suspended after warrant issued for his arrest
OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) —
An OU football player has been suspended after a warrant was issued for his arrest.
Oklahoma County court records show Will Sunderland, 20, is wanted on a complaint of concealing stolen property. The warrant was issued after Sunderland allegedly sold a stolen Playstation and Xbox One gaming systems and controllers March 17 to CDR Electronics in Oklahoma City. Sunderland reportedly told the sales clerk he had several gaming systems and was selling some of them. He was paid $499.50 for the items.
The listed victims are both OU baseball players.
On Monday, OU announced that Sunderland had been suspended indefinitely from the team. Sunderland, a junior safety for the Sooners, has not yet been arrested.