ANN ARBOR -- Michigan coach Brady Hoke has not spoken with Frank Clark but plans on doing it at the appropriate time.
The same thing can also be said for Clark's future with the program.
Clark was arrested early Sunday morning on the suspicion of domestic violence and is currently being held without bond in Erie County Jail in Sandusky, Ohio. Clark is expected to make a court appearance on Monday at 9:00 a.m. for a bond hearing.
Hoke released a statement through the university on Sunday night.
"We are aware of the report involving Frank Clark," Hoke said. "I have not spoken with Frank but will at the appropriate time. We will respect the legal process and make any decisions once we have the facts."
Sunday's arrest marks the second time in Clark's career that he has been in trouble with the law. Clark was arrested in 2012 on felony theft charges after admitting to stealing a MacBook computer from an on-campus dorm room. He was sentenced to one-year probation and forced to pay $1,741 in fines and court fees.
The felony was later wiped from his public record through the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act.