Sex Offender Gets 4-Year Prison Term in Indecent Exposure Cases
(Stillwater, Okla.) – A repeat sex offender, who was sought for four years after failing to appear in Payne County District Court, has been given two concurrent four-year prison terms for committing indecent exposure on two occasions in Stillwater, in 2009 and 2011.
Adrian Lamar Williams, 39, of Guthrie, who had prior convictions for indecent exposure in Payne County in 1997 and in Oklahoma County in 1999, will be on probation for four years after his release from prison, Payne County Associate District Judge Stephen Kistler ordered last week.
Williams, who pleaded guilty last week to his two latest cases of indecent exposure, was also given $1,100 in fines and assessments, along with an order to comply with the sex offender act.
According to the state Department of Corrections, Williams has prior convictions for:
* indecent exposure in 1997 in Payne County for which he was originally put on three years’ probation that was revoked in 2000 to two years in prison with a sex offender treatment program followed by three years of probation;
* indecent exposure in 1999 in Oklahoma County for which he was originally put on three years’ probation that was revoked in 2001 to two years in prison followed by three years of probation;
* robbery in 2000 in Pottawatomie County for which he was given a seven-year prison term in 2001 of which he served about four years prior to his release in 2005.