Vince Vaughn Arrested in Hermosa Beach on Suspicion of DUI

Vince Vaughn Arrested for DUI

Actor Vince Vaughn was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and resisting arrest in Manhattan Beach, police said Sunday, June 10.

Another person was in the auto Vaughn was driving when it was stopped at a checkpoint at about 4 a.m. local time, TMZ reported.

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According to law enforcement, the actor was arrested around 4 AM Sunday in Manhattan Beach, CA - about 30 minutes south of Los Angeles. He was released from custody later in the morning, police employee Nisha Bhagat said.

The "Dodgeball" actor was subsequently arrested for driving under the influence and for resisting, delaying or obstructing officers, Sabosky said. If he is charged with a DUI, it will be his first.

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The passenger, who was not identified, was arrested on obstruction and public intoxication charges.

Vaughn has yet to comment on the incident.

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Vaughn is known for his roles in such film's as "Swingers" and "The Wedding Crashers" and "Hacksaw Ridge".

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