Ypsilanti Township man charged with sexual assault
Washtenaw County Jail
A 27-year-old Ypsilanti Township man was charged with criminal sexual conduct Tuesday for an assault on someone under the age of 13 that occurred at a residence in Ann Arbor on March 22.
Travis Applewhite was arraigned on one charge of second-degree CSC in the 14A-1 District Court via video from the Washtenaw County Jail Tuesday.
Magistrate Thomas Truesdell said the second-degree criminal sexual conduct charge is a felony with a 15-year prison maximum.
Applewhite told Truesdell he has never been convicted of a felony and doesn’t have any other charges pending against him. Trusedell appointed Applewhite a public defender and set a preliminary examination date of May 16.
Applewhite was given a 10 percent of $5,000 bond, which means he could get out of jail by paying $500.
Ann Arbor police could not be reached for comment.