(LOS ANGELES) — Former CSI actor Gary Dourdan pleaded no contest Thursday to one count of disturbing the peace in connection with an incident last June in which he struck a couple of parked cars in Los Angeles, according to TMZ.com. Prosecutors say an OxyContin possession charge was dismissed because he completed 20 hours of Narcotics Anonymous. Dourdan was fined 100 dollars.
Dourdan has found himself on the wrong side of the law a few times in recent years. In 2008, he was arrested in Palm Springs, Calif., after police said they found him asleep in a car. He later pleaded guilty to cocaine and Ecstasy possession. Last fall, Dourdan was arrested for allegedly breaking his former girlfriend’s nose.
Dourdan’s character on CSI, Warrick Brown, was killed off in 2008.
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