It never fails every year that someone who may be in a position of power, an entertainer, or authority figure does something that’s head scratching and makes you think that they know better and can make better decisions.

Queens University has suspended its head men’s basketball coach following a driving while impaired arrest last weekend.

According to records, Grant Leonard was booked at the Gaston County Sheriff’s Office at 12:04 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 30. He has since bonded out of jail.

A representative with the Charlotte university told media that the coach has been suspended for the first five games of the upcoming season.  The university released a statement saying,

Last weekend, Head Men’s Basketball Coach Grant Leonard was charged for driving while impaired. Effective immediately, Coach Leonard has been suspended for the first 5 games of the upcoming season pending further review by the University and forthcoming legal proceedings. The University and Coach Leonard acknowledge the serious nature of this charge and that this behavior is inconsistent with the expectations of the University. The University will make no further comment on this matter and will follow our polices as we would for any employee.

Leonard is scheduled to appear on Jan. 30, 2023.