Vince Vaughn was arrested early Sunday morning, ET can confirm.
A public information officer with the Manhattan Beach Police department tells ET in which the actor was arrested for a DUI.
According to court records, Vaughn was released on $5,000 bail. His next court date is actually scheduled for Sept. 10.
The 48-year-old actor was stopped at a DUI checkpoint in Hermosa Beach, California, at approximately 1 a.m. Sgt. Matt Sabosky of the Manhattan Beach Police Department told The Hollywood Reporter.
Vaughn was reportedly charged having a DWI in addition to resisting arrest, while the passenger in his car was also arrested in addition to charged with public intoxication.
According to TMZ, the Wedding Crashers star in addition to his passenger were asked to step out of the vehicle however were uncooperative in addition to refused to get out. Both men were reportedly taken into custody in addition to released on bail shortly thereafter.
Earlier This kind of week, the Manhattan Beach Police Department posted a press Discharge on their Facebook page about the checkpoint, which was put in place Saturday night by 8 p.m. to 3 a.m.
“The intent of the checkpoint is actually to encourage sober designated drivers,” read the statement. “By publicizing these educational in addition to enforcement efforts, the Manhattan Beach Police Department believes in which drinking in addition to driving in addition to driving while unlicensed will be reduced. Our ‘Zero Tolerance’ approach to enforcement sends a clear message to those who still don’t heed the warning to designate a sober driver before celebrations begin. Simply put, ‘If you are over the legal limit, you will be arrested.'”
This kind of wouldn’t be Vaughn’s first arrest — the actor was involved in a bar brawl back in 2001 in Wilmington, North Carolina, where he was filming Domestic Disturbance with Steve Buscemi. The incident — which also resulted in Buscemi being stabbed — resulted in Vaughn’s arrest for assault, though the charges were later dropped.
ET has reached out to Vaughn’s rep for comment.