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Kevin Olsen faces new allegations following DUI arrest

Police: Victims recognized Olsen, unsure if he urinated on bikes

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – Former University of Miami backup quarterback Kevin Olsen is facing more allegations after his arrest on suspicion of drunken driving.

According to an incident report, two 18-year-olds, Adel Alrandi and Abdulhamaid Alkhayat, called 911 Sunday night after a few men were seen urinating on their bicycles from a fourth-floor balcony in South Miami. They also said the men yelled racial slurs at them. 

Police said when they arrived at Gregory Golden's apartment, the 20-year-old told officers he was unaware of the incident that occurred, but said he'd call a few of his friends back who were at his apartment for a party earlier that night, including Olsen.

Golden is the nephew of Miami head football coach Al Golden and also plays for the Hurricanes.

Olsen arrived at the apartment, and the alleged victims claimed they recognized him, but they weren't sure if he was one of the men who urinated on their bikes.

Olsen was arrested early Monday morning on charges of DUI and possessing a stolen driver's license.

According to the police report, Olsen failed a field sobriety test. The report said Olsen had bloodshot eyes, his breath smelled of alcohol and his speech was slurred.

He has since been released from the team and is no longer a student at UM.

Golden is not facing any charges in the case.

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