Darryl Stonum's recent citation for driving on a suspended license has led to his arrest. According to the Detroit Free Press, Stonum was arrested and placed in jail on Friday morning for a probation violation resulting from the citation he received earlier this week:
Stonum, who was given two years probation last summer after his second drunk-driving arrest, was sentenced today by Judge Charles Pope to 10 days in jail after he lied to his probation officer Thursday, saying he was dropped off at the court. He was later pulled over by an officer and ticketed for driving on a revoked license.
Stonum's arrest over the summer resulted in an indefinite suspension and eventual redshirt year for the Wolverines this past season. Stonum has had four alcohol-related incidents and has been in violation of probation before. The university has not issued a statement yet on Stonum, who was expected to return in 2012 as one of the Wolverines' top receivers.
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