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Kansas RB Williams to do diversion in domestic violence case


March 29, 2019

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Kansas running back Pooka Williams agreed to diversion terms for a misdemeanor domestic battery charge, though the Jayhawks' biggest offensive weapon remains suspended from the program.

Court records filed Thursday show the agreement requires Williams to complete 40 hours of community service by Nov. 30. He also must submit to domestic violence offender assessment, and if that assessment doesn't result in any recommendations, Williams must take an anger management course.

If he successfully completes the diversion, the allegation would be dropped from his record.


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