Danny Rambo Jr. pleads guilty in sexual assault case
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Danny Rambo Jr. pleads guilty in sexual assault case

A former USD football player arrested last fall on rape charges has pleaded guilty.

Danny Rambo Jr. pleaded guilty on Feb. 9 with a class one misdemeanor for sexual content without consent with a person incapable of consenting. Rambo was originally charged with one count of second-degree rape.

Rambo will serve 10 days in jail starting Nov. 1 as his sentence. The jail sentence started with 180 days but was reduced by 170 days.

In addition to the 10-day sentence, Rambo will pay $2,400 in fines and court fees and is enrolled in counseling to address any “sexual issues.”

Rambo is not permitted to visit bars or possess or consume alcohol, marijuana or other controlled drugs. He must also provide passwords and usernames to his electronic devices and social media accounts so his counselor can monitor his activity.

Dale Williamson, another former USD football player who was arrested on rape charges last fall, has a trial scheduled for April 30.