Ex-Michigan receiver Jerald Robinson arrested on felony drug trafficking charge
Robinson, who left the Wolverines in December, was pulled over just west of Cleveland on Sunday for a front license plate violation, according to Toledo News Now. Troopers detected a marijuana odor in the 2008 Dodge Charger, and a search revealed three gallon-sized bags containing 447 grams of the drug.
The Canton native was booked in the Lorain County Jail and faces felony charges of drug possession and drug trafficking, as well as one charge of driving under the influence, according to police.
Robinson, 21, was expected to be a candidate to start at Michigan last season, but played sparingly. The sophomore caught five passes for 69 yards during the regular season, then left the team in December.
Robinson had legal trouble last summer as well, pleading guilty to a malicious destruction of property charge. He was accused of damaging a parking gate in downtown Ann Arbor.
He was sentenced to six months probation.
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