Miami Hurricanes quarterback Kevin Olsen was charged early Monday morning with driving under the influence and possessing a fake or stolen identification.
He was held on $6,000 bond, but according to ABC affiliate WPLG, Olsen posted bond and was released early Monday afternoon.
Olsen, 19, was called to an address in South Miami where police were investigating a previous battery incident, according to the police report obtained by a variety of media outlets. When he was interviewed by police, he appeared to be intoxicated and later failed a field sobriety test.
While searching his wallet officers found one fake identification card with an altered date of birth and one license under the name of teammate Ronald Regula, according to the incident report. Olsen had a total of five forms of identification from four different states.