According to TMZ, the comedy actor was busted around 1:00am U.S. time about 30 minutes from Los Angeles at a routine checkpoint by local police.
Booking records through the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department show that Vaughn was arrested just after 1 a.m. Sunday and booked just after 4 a.m. Earlier, TMZ reported that Vaughn was arrested on a DUI charge. Authorties told TMZ that both men were uncooperative when asked to step out of Vaughn's vehicle, and were then accused of obstructing a police officer. He was held on a $5,000 bail at the police station, and now reportedly both men are free.
Vaughn and his passenger wouldn't budge at first when Manhattan Beach cops asked them to get out of the auto, TMZ reported. Charges were eventually dropped against Vaughn for his role in the skirmish, during which co-star Steve Buscemi was stabbed.
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Vaughn chose to submit a blood sample rather than a Breathalyzer to test his blood-alcohol level, Zins said.
The police department confirmed that Vaughn, 48, who starred in last year's "Brawl in Cell Block 99", was in their custody.
There is nothing that indicates Vince Vaughn's arrest or release was handled any differently than any other person's arrest.
Vaughn hasn't commented on the issue, and Law&Crime couldn't get in touch with him as of press time. In April 2001, Vaughn was in Wilmington, North Carolina shooting the film Domestic Disturbance.