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04-20-2006, 04:10 PM
Former Minnesota Vikings running back Moe Williams was found guilty of disorderly conduct Thursday on a charge stemming from a boat-party sex scandal. But a jury found him not guilty of two other misdemeanors, indecent conduct and lewd or lascivious behavior. Williams was accused of fondling the breasts of a dancer during the cruise last fall on a suburban lake that featured several other Vikings players.

Williams, 32, was the first player to be tried in the case.

Two other Vikings, tackle Bryant McKinnie and cornerback Fred Smoot, face the same three charges and are scheduled to go on trial in May. Charges against former quarterback Daunte Culpepper were dropped.