Jerald Robinson pleads guilty to misdemeanor
Written by Matt Pargoff   

Redshirt sophomore wide receiver Jerald Robinson pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charge of malicious destruction of personal property over $200 and less than $1,000 in Ann Arbor's 15th District Court on Monday morning.

He admitted responsibility for lifting a parking gate to the point that it broke, which brought about the charges. According to the Detroit Free Press, the cost of repairing the damage is estimated at $414.

Robinson is scheduled to be sentenced Sept. 18 under the Holmes Youthful Training Act, which will allow his record to be wiped clean, provided that he does not violate probation.

Expected to be a major contributor to the offense this fall, Robinson has not yet registered a reception in his Michigan career. He continued to participate in team activities through the legal proceedings.

The status of junior running back Fitzgerald Toussaint and sophomore defensive end Frank Clark remains unchanged. Both players were suspended from the team in July for unrelated legal matters. It is unknown if they will participate in Michigan’s first fall practice this afternoon.

 



 
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