Zachery Ty Bryan, famed for his role as the eldest son on the ’90s hit sitcom “Home Improvement,” found himself in legal trouble once again, this time for an alleged DUI incident in La Quinta, California.

Early on a Saturday, authorities initiated a traffic stop in the area of Washington Street and Calle Tampico after suspecting Bryan’s vehicle of involvement in a recent traffic collision. Sergeant Wenndy Brito-Gonzalez of the La Quinta Sheriff’s Station reported to Fox News Digital that the deputies observed signs of impairment in Bryan’s demeanor, which led to his arrest on charges of driving under the influence with priors.

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This incident adds another chapter to Bryan’s history of legal issues. Notably, Bryan faced legal action in 2020 following a domestic altercation with his girlfriend, Johnnie Faye Cartwright, at their Eugene, Oregon apartment, where he was accused of attempting to strangle her. Bryan’s encounter with the law in La Quinta resulted in him being charged with a felony for DUI and a misdemeanor for “contempt of court.” Following his arrest at 2:36 a.m., Bryan was booked into the John Benoit Detention Center and later released on a $50,000 bail.

Zachery Ty Bryan’s career began on a high note with his portrayal of Brad Taylor on “Home Improvement,” where he quickly became a household name. His role on the beloved sitcom showcased a typical American teenager navigating life’s ups and downs, often providing comedic relief with his mischievous antics. Beyond “Home Improvement,” Bryan sought to diversify his acting portfolio with appearances on other TV shows and movies, though none matched the level of fame and recognition he achieved as Brad Taylor.

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Bryan’s recent legal troubles highlight a stark contrast to his on-screen persona, reflecting a personal journey marred by challenges and controversies.