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Former SGA President Ian Elliott's trial set for July 8

Ian Elliott sits in the courtroom on Feb. 12 in the Isabella Country Courthouse.

Former Student Government Association President Ian Elliott's trial is set to start on July 8, according to the Isabella County Trial Court. 

Elliott, 24, is charged with two counts of third degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of assault with intent to commit sexual penetration. The case was bound over to Isabella County Circuit Court by Trial Court Judge Eric Janes in early February. 

Trial Court Judge Paul H. Chamberlain is listed on the Isabella County Court Calendar, but the trial judge could change, according to a court administrator. 

Elliott was accused of sexually assaulting Central Michigan University graduate student Rachel Wilson after meeting her at The Cabin. 

In an interview with Central Michigan Life, Wilson described feeling disoriented after meeting up with Elliott, even though she had only consumed 1 1/2 beers. Later, Elliott took her to his apartment where she vomited and passed out. She told police he sexually assaulted her after she regained consciousness. 

The case was set to go to trial on May 7, 2018, but was dismissed by the acting Isabella County Prosecuting Attorney Robert Holmes on April 6, 2018.