In this photo released by Vermont State Police, actor Matt Dillon is seen in a booking photo in Bradford, Vt., Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2008. Dillon was clocked by radar at the speed of 106 mph on Interstate 91 north of Newbury on Tuesday night. State police pulled him over and charged him with excessive speed. He was released and ordered to appear in court on Jan. 21. (AP Photo/Vermont State Police)
WBURY, Vt. (AP) --
He is scheduled to appear in Vermont District Court on Jan. 21. If convicted, he could get three months in jail and be fined $300.
"We're trying to treat him no different than we would anyone else," said Sgt. Tara Thomas, a State Police spokeswoman.
Dillon's publicist, Staci Wolfe, declined comment.
Dillon received a best supporting actor Oscar nomination for "Crash." His screen credits also include "There's Something About Mary," "Herbie Fully Loaded" and "The Flamingo Kid."