Michigan receiver Jerald Robinson wanted after missing court appearance
Note: This story has been updated with a statement from a Michigan spokesperson.
University of Michigan sophomore wide receiver Jerald Robinson is wanted by police after not appearing for a court hearing, court officials said.
Robinson missed an arraignment hearing on March 23, records indicate. A $2,000 cash or surety bond was set in his absence.
"This is all new information to us, and we can't really comment any further than that at this time," Michigan spokesman Dave Ablauf said.
Robinson’s address in court documents was listed as his hometown of Canton, Ohio. The court typically sends notices to appear to the defendant's last known address.
Robinson has been practicing with the Wolverines throughout spring football and suffered a sprained ankle during last week’s spring game. He’s considered one of the prime contenders for a spot in the starting lineup when the season begins.
If convicted, Robinson faces up to one year in jail and a $2,000 fine.