Court records show the warrant was canceled at 9:08 a.m. ET Friday after Robinson showed up and was scheduled for a walk-in arraignment on a single misdemeanor count of malicious destruction of personal property of $200 or more but less than $1,000.
He also was scheduled for a pretrial hearing at 9 a.m. ET May 14.
Robinson is charged with maliciously destroying the parking-gate arm of a local lot. The incident is alleged to have occurred Feb. 4.
Robinson, a redshirt sophomore, is expected to contend for significant playing time this fall.
A message left with a Michigan spokesman seeking further comment was not immediately returned. On Wednesday, when ESPN.com inquired with the university about the outstanding bench warrant for Robinson, a spokesman said it was "news to us."