SLO man arrested for felony DUI

April 19, 2015
Marvin Abou

Marvin Abou

San Luis Obispo police arrested a 22-year-old Cal Poly football player early Sunday morning on suspicion of felony driving under the influence of alcohol resulting in injuries.

Shortly after 1 a.m., Marvin Abou, 22, was headed eastbound on the 2100 block of Loomis Street when he lost control of the 2004 Jeep Wrangler he was driving. The vehicle flipped over before crashing into an unoccupied parked 1997 Lexus sedan.

Two of the passengers in Abou’s Jeep sustained minor injuries and were transported to a local hospital for treatment.

San Luis Obispo police arrested Abou for felony DUI causing an injury and booked him into the San Luis Obispo County Jail with his bail set at $100,000. His is no longer in custody.

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11 Comments

  1. LameCommenter says:

    Huh? Wuh? Either you people need to read for CONTENT a little more, or the article has been edited to add a specific tie between this man and the school. The article currently as of my writing says “San Luis Obispo police arrested a 22-year-old Cal Poly football player early Sunday morning on suspicion of felony driving under the influence of alcohol resulting in injuries.”

    and like Achilles says, you sort of have to be a Poly student to play football on their team.

    another high form factor Jeep rollover. Those things bite you if you push them.

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  2. achillesheal says:

    You play football at calpoly, thus have no chance of playing in the nfl. So don’t act like you play in the nfl, son.

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  3. 65buick says:

    Cal Poly football, brah.

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  4. TaxMeAgain says:

    Another wonderful example of tomorrow’s leaders c/o Cal Poly.

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    • justbeware says:

      Where does it state he’s a Poly student?

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      • OnTheOtherHand says:

        It doesn’t. But given the driver’s age and the location of the accident, it is an open invitation to speculate and assume. That is what people do in this comment section.her

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      • truetoblue says:

        The article does not, but a quick glance at the Cal Poly Football Roster shows this guy as the first one listed.

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      • Kalalau says:

        As the Tribune has reported that he is a member of the Cal Poly Football Team…..
        So another result of party life during Cal Poly “Open House” or as in the old days “Poly Royal”.
        Interesting that JUST before the Cal Poly “Open House” or “Poly Royal”….the university waived the ban on frat parties etc. as they had come to an agreement…but…wise to relieve the ban right before this event??

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      • TaxMeAgain says:

        Just facebook the dude. Surprising what a little research will show you.

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      • achillesheal says:

        To be a calpoly football player, you sort of have to be a calpoly student.

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        • justbeware says:

          The article has recently been edited. The fact that he is/was a Poly football player was not mentioned yesterday.
          Easy people!
          Not everyone has a FB page, and some people don’t assume that any kid who crashes his car goes to Poly.

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