Rip Torn Charged with Bank Break-In
Rip Torn has been charged with breaking into a Connecticut bank and carrying a loaded firearm while intoxicated, The Associated Press reports.
Police say the Emmy-winning actor, 78, was arrested Friday after police found him inside a Litchfield Bancorp in Salisbury, Conn., drunk with a loaded revolver, according to the news agency. Torn was arrested, and charges against him include burglary and possession of a fireman without a permit.
Rip Torn gets probation in DUI case
Most recently seen on 30 Rock as fictional General Electric chief Don Geiss, Torn is currently being held on $100,000 bond and is set to appear in court Monday, the AP reports.
The arrest was Torn's third in four years. In December 2006, he was arrested for drunk driving and hitting a tractor trailer and later had his license suspended for 90 days and paid a fine. He was charged with a second DUI in December 2008 and sentenced to probation in May of 2009.