Vince Vaughn Arrested For DUI

Vince Vaughn Arrested For DUI

Vince Vaughn Arrested For DUI

Vaughn is best-known for his roles in comedies including The Break-Up, and Dodgeball.

The arrest occurred early Sunday morning in Manhattan Beach, California, about 30 minutes south of Los Angeles.

Vince Vaugh's wife Kyla Weber was spotted by photographers using the back entrance of the Manhattan Beach police station on Sunday.

Reports say that the Wedding Crashers star was taken into custody after he was stopped at a checkpoint with a passenger in his auto.

Actor Vince Vaughn arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of "Spielberg" at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles on September 26, 2017.

"The objective of the checkpoint is to promote public safety, increase the awareness of the dangers associated with drinking and driving, and deter impaired driving and unlicensed driving".

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According to TMZ, Vaughn was stopped at a checkpoint around 12:30 a.m. and asked to get out of the vehicle.

Since his first big role, Vince has gone on to star in a variety of on-screen roles including his alter ego as Sergeant Howell in Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge in 2016.

Vince Vaughn arrives at the 89th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 26, 2017 in Hollywood, Calif.

At the time, Vaughn was in the area shooting Domestic Disturbance and was arrested for assault in the incident, but the charges were later dropped. Many have commented on his easy-going smile.

The "Wedding Crashers" actor was driving in Hermosa Beach, California, when he was stopped at a DUI checkpoint, the Manhattan Beach Police Department confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.

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