Michigan WR Jerald Robinson sentenced to 6 months probation for destruction of property charge
ANN ARBOR -- Michigan receiver Jerald Robinson was sentenced Tuesday to six months probation stemming from a malicious destruction of property charge, according to the Detroit Free Press.
Robinson, accused of damaging a parking gate in downtown Ann Arbor, pleaded guilty to the charge in August and was sentenced under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act.
That means his record will be expunged if he successfully completes probation.
Robinson was ordered to log 24 hours of community service at a nonprofit by Jan. 30 and pay $440 worth of fines and court costs, as well as oversight of $125, according to the Free Press. He also has to pay restitution.
He also is not permitted to use drugs or alcohol, according to the report.
Robinson did not miss any practice time for the incident. Michigan coach Brady Hoke has declined to elaborate on internal punishments for players who have run-ins with the law.
Robinson, a sophomore, has two catches for 18 yards this season. He once was expected to start, but the rise of former quarterback Devin Gardner has relegated him to a reserve role.