Vince Vaughn arrested, reportedly faces DUI charge

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Vince Vaughn smiles in a June 10, 2018, booking photo after his arrest on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. | Manhattan Beach Police Department

Vince Vaughn, the movie star from Chicago’s North Shore suburbs, was arrested early Sunday, the Manhattan Beach (California) Police Department told The Hollywood Reporter.

Police confirmed the actor was in custody on charges of driving while intoxicated and resisting, and a passenger also was arrested and charged with public intoxication. Both were released later that morning.

A spokesman for Vaughn had no immediate comment when contacted by The Associated Press.

Vaughn, a Lake Forest High grad who grew up in Buffalo Grove and then Lake Forest, made his name with the 1996 indie “Swingers,” alongside friend Jon Favreau. Though best known for his comic work in “Old School,” “The Wedding Crashers” and “Fred Claus,” he’s also taken dramatic turns in films including “Hacksaw Ridge” and last year’s “Brawl in Cell Block 99,” as well as the HBO series “True Detective.”


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