Adrian Arrington heads to court tomorrow
Wide Receiver Adrian Arrington (Jr./So.) has his pre-trial on Wednesday, November 1, 2006 at 8:30 a.m., at the 14A-2 District Court in Ypsilanti. (case # DR2-06-2495) He is charged with one count of misdemeanor domestic assault. The incident report also mentions allegations of underage drinking and driving under the influence although no such charges were brought by the prosecutor. Against Northwestern, Arrington sat out the first five plays of the game and played sparingly throughout as punishment for his pending case. Coach Carr stated after the game, "I'm not going to get into it other than it's a team issue. When you use poor judgment, there's a price, and he's paying that price." Despite the limited playing time, Arrington still grabbed a 14-yard touchdown pass (pictured above) on Michigan's first drive to put the Wolverines in the lead 7-0. It is unknown if Coach Carr will take further disciplinary steps following tomorrow's pre-trial hearing or if he now considers the matter closed. More details to follow as they become available. Go Blue!
*Note: Photo of Adrian Arrington (16) by John T. Greilick/The Detroit News
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