Star presenter David Koechner cited with second DUI in six months
For the second time in six months, comedian David Koechner has been cited with a DUI. Earlier this month, the Presenter former student was ticketed in Ohio for OVI, or driving a vehicle while impaired. His first hearing in the Ohio case is scheduled for July 8. The actor reportedly traveled to Ironton, Ohio to host a themed trivia party Officea show he starred in throughout its nine seasons on NBC.
He had already been arrested on New Year’s Eve in a similar situation. At that time he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and being involved in an accident from which he fled.
“Police sources told TMZ … police received a call for an erratic driver, who a patrol officer located – only to find David driving,” TMZ’s initial report said. “We’re told he underwent field sobriety tests, didn’t do well…and was arrested for drunk driving and allegedly hitting a traffic sign with his car…”
He continued: “…Police sources tell us that Koechner punctured two tires before being arrested. We are told that he blew a .13 BAC in the field, then a .12 once back at the station According to online records, he was released early the next morning … around 5 a.m. PT He has a court date in March to answer for that arrest.
His final credits are for lending his voice to Disney’s Puppy Buddies and animation from Netflix Marmaduke characteristic. In a recent interview, the comedian expressed his desire to get more TV sitcom roles that would allow him to stay in Hollywood and be closer to his family.
“I have a wife and five kids, so my preference would be to do a sitcom, because that way I can stay home with my wife and kids all the time. Unfortunately nowadays most long footage is shot out of town, which is difficult,” Koechner once explained to ScreenCrush. “And, where there’s nothing better than the consistency of a TV show. Because you know where you’re going to be, how long you’re going to be, you’re going to know where your breaks are, you know, usually , how many hours you’ll be working during the day. And on TV, you have a two-week break. I mean, it’s one of the greatest jobs in the world.