Michigan senior defensive end Frank Clark was arrested over the weekend and charged with domestic violence, and MLive.com’s Mark Snyder has the details of the arrest and crime scene.
Clark, who was assessed to be drunk, told the responding officer that he “didn’t do (expletive)” to his girlfriend. The woman and her brothers relayed a different story:
“We went up the room, there was a damaged lamp on the table, a damaged lamp on the wall and she’s got a large welt on the side of her cheek, she’s got marks on her neck,” Curran said. “She had what looked like rug burn on her one thigh. We have pictures of everything.”
Based on interviews from various individuals, Curran pieced together the story that he shared with the Free Press and put in his police report.
According to Hurt, she and Clark began to argue while lying on the bed in their room at the Maui Sands Resort and Indoor Waterpark. She got angry, threw a TV remote control at him, and he responded by trying to restrain her on the bed. She told Curran that she tried to get loose by biting his nose. Then she said he pushed her head into the bed, they got off the bed and he punched her in the face, knocking her back and breaking a lamp. She stated that she threw an alarm clock at him as he prepared to leave the room.
Click on Snyder’s story for the full details from the responding officer.
This Saturday would be Clark’s senior day game as the Wolverines take on Maryland in this year’s final game at Michigan Stadium. His status with Michigan remains unclear.