Grosse Pointe Shores Councilman Daniel Schulte was initially charged with domestic violence for a reported an assault on Aug. 7 involving his wife.
Schulte plead guilty to attempted resisting arrest and no contest to domestic violence before Judge Russell Ethridge, according to court records.
Ethridge placed Schulte on one-year probation and was to have no contact with the victim and 24 hours of community service that must be completed in 90 days.
According to an earlier statement from Maria Miller, the spokesperson for the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office, the Grosse Pointe Shores Department of Public Safety received a 911 call in August from the home Schulte and his wife share on Hampton. Following an interview with the victim, and another family member at the scene, Schulte was arrested, according to the news release.
He was charged with resisting and obstructing, preventing a crime report and domestic violence.
According to a story in The Detroit Free Press, Schulte's attorney requested the preliminary exam be moved from Thursday to Wednesday. Additionally, the Grosse Pointe Shores judge disqualified himself from the case, according to the article.
Schulte, who is currently serving on the Grosse Pointe Shores City Council, was removed as mayor pro-tem at the Aug. 20.