Performing artist Vince Vaughn was captured on Sunday on doubt of intoxicated driving after being ceased at a temperance checkpoint in a Southern California shoreline town, police said. 

Vaughn, 48, was busted at a young hour toward the beginning of the day in Manhattan Beach in the wake of fizzling a field restraint test that was caught with officers' body cameras, Sgt. Tim Zins said. 

Vaughn is best known for parts in comedies like Dodgeball and Wedding Crashers yet has landed more exciting parts as of late, for example, playing a military authoritarian in the Oscar-winning Hacksaw Ridge. 

A traveller in Vaughn's auto was captured for open inebriation. Vaughn's vehicle was appropriated. 

The two men were additionally referred to for postponing an examination. Police beforehand portrayed the affirmation as "opposing capture," which falls under a similar segment of the reformatory code, Zins said. 

Vaughn presented a blood test as opposed to a Breathalyzer to test his blood-liquor level, Zins said. The outcomes were not instantly known. 

Vaughn, who lives in Manhattan Beach, was discharged later toward the beginning of the day and given a reference to show up in court. No data was given on when he is expected in Los Angeles County Superior Court in Torrance. 

Zins said he couldn't remark more on the capture until the point when prosecutors survey the case and choose whether to document charges. 

Alan Nierob, a representative for Vaughn, said he had no remark.