Former Oklahoma State University basketball player Darrell Williams has moved to Illinois and will have to register as a sex offender annually for 10 years, according to recently released court records.
He also must enroll in a sex-offender treatment program and seek treatment for at least a year. He also must submit to mental health assessments and polygraph exams.
District Judge Phillip Corley denied William’s request for a new trial last week. He sentenced him to time served and suspended the yearlong sentences for rape by instrumentation and a no sentence recommendation for sexual battery.
A Payne County jury found Williams guilty on July 23. His defense attorney plans to appeal.
Other stipulations include:
• No contact with the victims by correspondence, telephone or a third part. He also cannot enter, travel past or loiter near where the victims reside, work or go to school.
• Can’t live with, contact or attempt to establish contact with anyone under 18 not related by blood or marriage witihout approval of his probation officer.
• Can’t loiter near schools, schoolyards, parks, playgrounds, arcades, swimming pools or other places primarily used by children without approval of probation officer.
• Can’t be employed or participate in volunteer activities where he will be in contact with children under 18.
• Must register as a sex offender with local law enforcement wherever he lives, and must must submit a DNA profile within 30 days of registration.
• Can’t change residences without prior approval of probation officer and must notify probation officer of any change of employment.
• Can’t have any erotic material or go to strip clubs, topless bars or adult stores. Also cannot use erotic telephone services.
• Cannot use computers to access child pornography or have innapropriate contact with children.
• Must abide by any curfew or additional restrictions imposed by probation officer.
• Cannot hitchhike or pick up hitchhikers.
• Waives all client/therapist or client/physician privacy for treatment programs or medical treatment.