Suspended Michigan wide receiver Csont'e York will be charged with three counts of assault relating to an offense committed on July 18, per a warrant filed Friday in Ann Arbor's 15th District Court. The records show York will face one count of aggravated assault and two counts of assault or assault and battery. All three of these charges are misdemeanors. Ann Arbor police have not yet released any details about the incident. Michigan coach Brady Hoke announced Sunday that York had been suspended indefinitely and did not report to the team when it opened fall camp this week. The reason Hoke gave for the suspension was a failure "to meet team standards." He declined to discuss the matter further Wednesday. “Csont’e York is suspended indefinitely for failing to meet team standards and will not report for fall camp," Hoke wrote in a statement at the time. "We demand that every person in our program represent the University of Michigan and the Michigan football program the right way on and off the field. When people fall short of that, there are consequences.” In the state of Michigan, the charge of assault or assault and battery is a misdemeanor that is "punishable by imprisonment for not more than 93 days or a fine of not more than $500.00, or both."
Suspended Michigan WR Csont'e York facing three assault charges
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