News from Ann Arbor:
Michigan wide receiver Darryl Stonum, who is on probation for operating a vehicle while visibly impaired second offense, was ticketed this morning in Ann Arbor for driving on a revoked license, 15th District Court records show.
Stonum, 21, was stopped by Ann Arbor police after he checked in with probation at 7:03 a.m., said Steve Hill, Stonum’s probation officer. Hill said Stonum was not taken into custody.
What’s the big deal, you say? Well, Stonum has had an eventful year behind the wheel:
In June, Stonum was sentenced to two years probation after pleading guilty to operating while visibly impaired second offense. He also received a suspended sentence of 365 days in jail, meaning if he violates probation, he could have to serve a portion or all of the jail sentence. The day before he was sentenced, he was ticketed for driving with a suspended license, but that charge was later dismissed.
The Wolverines need to find Mr. Stonum a driver.