Anchorman star David Koechner charged with DUI again, just months after hit-and-run arrest - petsitterbank

Anchorman star David Koechner charged with DUI again, just months after hit-and-run arrest

David Koechner – who starred in Anchorman and The Office – has been arrested, just months after being charged with a DUI and a hit-and-run.

Anchorman star David Koechner has allegedly been caught driving while under the influence.

Records show the actor, 59, was charged in Ohio last Saturday at 2am for operating a vehicle under the influence, reports The Sun.

Koechner was allegedly spotted swerving and was pulled over where an officer smelled alcohol on his breath, a source told TMZ.

I have received a ticket for the incident and will appear in court in July.

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The actor was in Ohio hosting a trivia night for officewhere he played Todd Packer.

Back on New Year’s Eve, Koechner was charged with a DUI and a hit-and-run for allegedly crashing his car in Simi Valley, California.

Ventura County Police said that both counts are misdemeanours.

He allegedly crashed his car into a street sign and failed a breathalyser test.

The star could face up to six months in jail for each count, according to TMZ.

Koechner could be mandated to complete an alcohol education course.

He is perhaps best known for playing Champ Kind in the Anchorman movies.

He appeared in less than 15 episodes over nine seasons of officebut Koechner said he became instantly recognizable as his character Champ Kind.

“After I did one or two episodes of that show it became the second thing everyone put when they referenced me,” he told CBSNews in 2013.

“Over seven years, I think I only did 14 episodes — like two a year. That character is so memorable.”

Koechner also starred in Saturday night Live between 1995 and 1996 alongside comics Nancy Walls and Adam McKay.

He was only on the show for one season and admitted that he missed it

The actor told Breeze-TV in 2016: “SNL is an exciting place. There’s something new every week that’s going to be unexpected.

“You’re going to create something that week that will only exist that week with that group of people and that time, which is a lot of fun.”

Koechner also featured in the series The Goldbergs where I played Bill Lewis.

This article originally appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission.


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