Frank Clark arrested on an alleged domestic violence charge - WNEM TV 5

Frank Clark arrested on an alleged domestic violence charge

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Michigan senior defensive end Frank Clark has been jailed in Erie County, Ohio,  on domestic violence allegation Sunday according to jail records.

Clark was booked Sunday after the arrest by the Perkins Township police department.

He is from Cleveland.

The arrest was first reported by MGoBlog.com.

A mugshot of Clark appears on the online court document, which also lists his birth date.

In Ohio, a conviction for first degree misdemeanor could carry up to six months in jail and/or a fine up to $1,000.

The Detroit Free Press says an officer at the jail said Clark will remain there without bond until it is set at his Monday 9 a.m. court appearance.

Michigan did not have a game this weekend.

The Detroit Free Press reports that two years ago Clark pleaded guilty to a felony second-degree home invasion charge. 

He had stolen a laptop from another student's dorm room that June and was suspended for Michigan's season opener that season (AP).
He was sentenced in Nov. 2012 under the Holmes Youthful Training Act because he was under 21, and the conviction was to be removed from his record if he fulfilled a year of probation.


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