Michigan defender Frank Clark arrested in Perkins Township

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Michigan defensive end Frank Clark is in legal trouble again, locked in an Ohio jail on a domestic violence charge.

Online records show the 21-year-old Ypsilanti-area resident was being held without bond Sunday in the Erie County jail in Sandusky, Ohio.

According to his profile on the University of Michigan’s website, Frank is a Cleveland native who attended and played football for Glenville High School.

Perkins Township police arrested Clark on Saturday and say they expect to release more information on the case later Sunday.

The Associated Press left a telephone message Sunday seeking University of Michigan Athletic Department comment.

Clark was arrested in 2012 for stealing a laptop computer from a Michigan dorm room. He was sentenced under a law that cleared the felony from his record after he completed probation.

Clark has 42 tackles and 4 ½ sacks this season for Michigan, which hosts Maryland on Saturday.

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