HNHS Football Coach Resigns after Drunk Driving Charges

HUNTINGTON, Ind. (WOWO): The head football coach at a local high school will resign after getting into trouble with the law.

Trent Fine stepped down as the head coach of Huntington North High School, after he was arrested on February 8th for driving while intoxicated. Fine was arrested by a Roanoke Police Officer on US-24 while driving over 25 miles over the speed limit. He was also driving with a BAC of 0.12 percent.

While on the way to the Huntington County jail, Fine kept asking for the officer to help him out.

A judge sentenced Fine to 6 days in jail after he plead guilty on February 9th.

According to our partners in news at 21Alive, the Huntington County Community Schools board is expected to accept Fine's resignation at their next board meeting.

Fine was head football coach at Huntington North for nearly 3 years.