GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Grand Rapids Public Schools announced Monday that the Union High School head football coach has been suspended after a drunken driving arrest over the weekend.

Don Fellows was arrested Saturday in Muskegon County “in connection to an alleged alcohol-involved traffic incident” and has been placed on administrative leave, GRPS said in a news release Monday.

Court records show Fellows, 48, faces three misdemeanor counts: operating while intoxicated, failure to stop at the scene of a crash and failure to stop after collision. The North Muskegon Police Department was listed as the agency handling the Saturday crash.

The school district said assistant coach Scott Van Essen has been named the interim head coach.

“We are saddened by these developments but committed to ensuring continuity for our scholar-athletes. An interim replacement coach has been appointed and he will assume leadership responsibilities immediately,” GRPS Executive Director of Athletics Kurt Johnson said in a news release. “Our focus is and always has been on the best interest of the scholars we serve. We know that their participation on the Union High School football team has been enriching and we won’t allow that to change.”

Fellows’ arraignment is scheduled for Oct. 2, court records show.