Television actress Sally Struthers was arrested on drunken driving charges Wednesday in Maine, where she was starring in a play.
The 65-year-old actress, best known for her role as Archie Bunker's daughter Gloria on "All In The Family," was arrested around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday on operating under the influence charges, TMZ reported.
Struthers posted $160 bail and was released after being taken into custody, the gossip website reported. The actress was cooperative with police during the arrest. Struthers' car was pulled over in Ogunquit, but a local police spokesman would not say what prompted the stop, according to the Kennebec Journal.
Her arrest was the first time Struthers has been charged with a drunk-driving offense, which means she would avoid jail time. If Struthers is found guilty, she faces a $500 fine along with a 90-day suspension of her license.
Her next court date is scheduled for Dec. 14, when Struthers, a two-time Emmy Award winner, is set to be arraigned on the charges.
Struthers is in Maine to star in the play "9 to 5," which is scheduled to hold its last performance Saturday, the Kennebec Journal reported.
The actress received rave reviews for her performance, with a local critic gushing that Struthers "has a lot of fun with the part and is often hilarious," according to the paper.
In her post-"All In The Family" career, Struthers is the face of ChildFund, a non-profit that benefits poor children in Africa.