Michigan Wolverines wide receiver Jerald Robinson has a warrant out for his arrest after failing to appear for an arraignment on March 23, according to Mark Snyder of The Detroit Free Press.
Michigan sophomore receiver Jerald Robinson has a bench warrant out for his arrest on a misdemeanor count of malicious destruction of personal property, between $200 and $1,000.
Robinson, a redshirt sophomore, took part in the Wolverines spring practices as well as the spring game on Saturday. The warrant had not yet been served because of an inability to serve Robinson. Via Snyder:
"It’s all new information to us," U-M associate athletic director Dave Ablauf said. "That’s all we can say at this time."
Robinson appeared in last 11 games, playing in two games as a reserve wide receiver and in 11 games on special teams.
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