Anchorman star David Kushner has allegedly been caught driving under the influence again.
A source said Kushner was seen swerving and was arrested as the officer smelled alcohol on his breath. TMZ.
He received a ticket for the incident and will appear in court in July.
The Ohio actor was hosting a trivial evening of the deskwhere he played Todd Packer, in Ironton.
Ventura County police said both counts were misdemeanour.
He allegedly rammed his car into a street sign and failed a breathalyzer.
The star could face up to six months in prison for each count, according to TMZ.
Koechner can be commissioned to complete an alcohol education course.
He is probably best known for playing the Champ Kind in the Anchorman films.
He appeared in less than 15 episodes over the course of nine seasons of The Office, but Koechner said he immediately became known as his character Champ Kind.
“After I did an episode or two of that show, it became the second thing everyone put on when they pointed me at,” he said. CBS News in 2013.
“Over seven years, I think I only did 14 episodes – like two a year. This character is unforgettable.”
Koechner also starred on Saturday Night Live between 1995 and 1996 alongside comedies Nancy Walls and Adam McKay.
He’s only been on the show for one season and admits he missed it
The actor said Breeze TV In 2016: “SNL is an exciting place. There’s something new every week that’s going to be unexpected.
Kushner also appeared on the ABC series The Goldbergs where he played Bill Lewis.
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