State police say Torn broke into the Litchfield Bancorp branch with a loaded gun because he was so intoxicated that he believed the bank was his Salisbury, Conn. home. The Emmy-winning actor, 79, was charged with burglary, criminal trespass, criminal mischief, carrying a gun without a permit, and carrying a gun while intoxicated.
Superior Court Judge James P. Ginocchio allowed Torn to remain free on $100,000 bond as long as the actor stays away from alcohol. Torn, who entered inpatient rehab in early February, recently moved to an outpatient program. "Today we established with the court the excellent strides that Rip has made through his treatment," Torn's attorney, A. Thomas Waterfall, told the AP.