Michigan WR Grant Perry pretrial set for April 13
Suspended Michigan receiver Grant Perry, who faces two charges of fourth-degree sexual conduct, will have a criminal pretrial conference April 13 at Ingham County Circuit Court, according to court records.
The 20-year-old Perry also faces a charge of resisting a police officer and one misdemeanor count of a minor in possession of alcohol. He was formally charged Dec. 22, and was indefinitely suspended from the football team, per the Michigan release, from team activities until the legal process is completed.
According to the police report, Perry allegedly groped a 21-year-old woman in the groin and buttocks in an incident Oct. 15, 2016, outside of an East Lansing bar. Perry allegedly failed to provide identification according to responding officers and ran before being tackled and detained.
Perry is free on conditional bond and may not have indirect or direct contact with the alleged victim until the bond release expires Dec. 22.
He waived his arraignment last week in District Court 54B. After a number of delays, Perry’s case will now go before Ingham County Judge Joyce Draganchuk.