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Michigan defensive lineman Frank Clark arrested on alleged domestic violence charge

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Details are sparse, but it appears that Michigan defensive end Frank Clark was arrested early Sunday morning on an alleged domestic violence charge.

Gregory Shamus

The nightmarish season continues for the Michigan football program.

First reported by MGoBlog, Michigan senior defensive end Frank Clark has been arrested early Sunday morning on alleged domestic violence charges, his name appeared on the Erie County jail inmate roster. This is the second player arrest that U-M coach Brady Hoke has been through this season.

Details of the incident are sparse and no other information is available at the time of this posting.

This is the second arrest during Clark's time at Michigan. He was arrested after his freshman season and was accused of stealing a MacBook computer from one of the on-campus dorms. He was later sentenced to one year probation and was forced to pay court fees.

He was immediately suspended and later returned to the team without missing any game action.

Former receiver Csont'e York was also arrested in August for allegedly striking a man and would later plead guilty. York was dismissed from the team by Hoke.

This is a developing story.