Posted January 11, 2012 on ohiostate.scout.com
Dominic Clarke, a junior-to-be on the Ohio State football team, is facing legal trouble this week after being pulled over for multiple offenses, including operating a vehicle while impaired. The Maryland native has a court appearance scheduled for Thursday morning.
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