Michigan Wolverines WR Jerald Robinson made a walk-in court appearance on Friday morning, cancelling the warrant that was out for his arrest as of 9:08 a.m. as reported by ESPN.
The warrant that was out for Robinson was on one count of malicious destruction of personal property of $200 or more but less than $1000. Robinson allegedly destroyed the parking gate arm in a local parking lot back in early February.
The redshirt sophomore for the Wolverines is likely to get significant playing time during the 2012 season, so it's a good thing that he nipped the problem in the bud as quickly as possible so as to avoid any awkward legal problems with his team with the season quickly approaching.
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