Former U-M medical resident charged with possessing child pornography returns to court Thursday
AnnArbor.com was informed Jenson no longer works for UMHS Tuesday morning.
A former University of Michigan Health System medical resident charged with possessing child pornography will return to court Thursday morning for a preliminary exam, according to court records.
Stephen Jenson of Ann Arbor has been charged with four counts of possessing child pornography. He is scheduled to be in the 14A District Court at 8:30 a.m. Thursday.
Jenson was in his fourth year of residency at U-M, specializing in medicine and pediatrics, according to university officials. He was suspended from working at the hospital before being released from his position in late December, according to University of Michigan Department of Public Safety spokeswoman Diane Brown.
A university statement published in the University Record said there’s been “no indication of illegal or inappropriate behavior with patients” and the university was cooperating with police.
Jenson is currently free on a personal recognizance bond, according to the university.