Hillary Clinton's brother-in-law, Roger Clinton, charged with DUI

Police in California arrested Hillary Clinton's brother-in-law Sunday, just two days before the state's voters head to the polls to determine whether she or rival Bernie Sanders will get the Democratic presidential nomination.

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Redondo Beach police arrested Roger Clinton, 59, around 8 p.m. Sunday, according to records from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office. He was charged with misdemeanor driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Roger Clinton remained jailed as of Monday morning, according to the sheriff's office. His bail was set at $15,000 and he was released Monday.

A driver called authorities after seeing a driver, identified by police as Roger Clinton, driving erratically on Pacific Coast Highway, according to the Los Angeles Times. The caller followed the vehicle until police arrived and pulled it over.

Three other people in the car with Roger Clinton were released and caught a cab, the LA Times reported.

Roger Clinton failed field sobrierty tests, according to the newspaper, and later refused to take a test that would have determined his blood alcohol content. His driver's license was automatically suspended for one year under a 1990 law aimed at discouraging drunken driving.

Roger Clinton is the younger half-brother of former President Bill Clinton.

It's not the first time he has made headlines. He was famously pardoned of a 1985 cocaine offense on his half-brother's final day in office in 2001. He had served more than a year in prison but had the offense taken off his criminal record.

He was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol about one month after receiving his pardon, according to BBC News.