Judge Issues Arrest Warrants Against Randy Quaid and Wife Evi

Couple fails to make court appearance on felony vandalism case.

A California judge has issued arrest warrants for Randy Quaid and his wife Evi after the two failed to show up for a court hearing relating to their arrests last month.

The $50,000 warrants were issued after the couple failed to appear for an arraignment Monday on a felony vandalism charge, according to the Associated Press.

The National Lampoon's Vacation star and his wife were arrested in September on suspicion that they were living in a Montecito, CA guest house they had previously owned. The two are suspected of causing more than $5,000 in damage.

Santa Barbara Senior Deputy District Attorney Lee Carter told the AP that the couple can turn themselves into authorities, but that their case will be called again on Oct. 26.

The Quaids frequently missed court appearances in a previous case involving charges they defrauded an innkeeper.