Tulsa man, convicted serial rapist will spend the rest of his life in prison

TULSA, Okla. — A Tulsa man was sentenced to life in prison Friday morning after raping multiple women in 2021.

19-year-old Brandon Bills entered a blind plea to 14 charges, including first-degree rape and attempted first-degree rape. He was sentenced to life in prison for each rape charge.

Bills was also convicted on charges of sodomy, peeping tom with electronic devices, first-degree robbery, and sexual battery.

The assaults happened in August and September of 2021, near Bills’ apartment complex. Bills did not know his victims, but investigators say he stalked and studied the women before each attack.

Two of Bills’ victims were attacked in front of their children. A third was attacked when she was returning home from work.

“The women in this case showed tremendous strength and courage in not only fighting off their attacker, but also in coming forward to report and testify,” said Tulsa County Assistant District Attorney Kenneth Elmore. “Their bravery and strength is highlighted when contrasted with the cowardly acts of Brandon Bills. Our office also commends the fine work of the Tulsa Police Department for finding and apprehending this violent sexual predator.”