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OU safety suspended indefinitely after being accused of selling stolen property

20 June 2017

Sunderland is the fourth Oklahoma player to be arrested this offseason, with quarterback Baker Mayfield, quarterback Chris Robison and defensive back Ronnie LaRue being the others.

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Oklahoma has suspended junior safety Will Sunderland indefinitely. Trotter cited Oklahoma County court records and noted the safety had been charged with concealing stolen property.

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The property was stolen from the OU residence hall, which houses student athletes, on March 15 and was sold by Sunderland later that day, according to the affidavit. While Sunderland is not accused of stealing the consoles himself, he did allegedly know the property was stolen before selling them off. He was expected to vie for a starting job this season. According to the affidavit, Sunderland was interviewed by OUPD and admitted to knowing the property was stolen when he sold it to CDR. Should Sunderland miss game action, Kahlil Haughton and Chanse Sylvie are possible options to replace him according to Ryan Aber of The Oklahoman.

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Sunderland, who is from Midwest City, appeared in eight games last season, recording his first career interception in a 45-40 win over Texas.