The Mercedes-Benz was found about 100 feet down a ravine off of Mulholland Drive early Tuesday, near the same location another of Sheen's cars was found on Feb. 5. The first time, Sheen alerted authorities when he got an alert from OnStar and cops soon found the car. This time, according to KTLA, a security guard reported the heavily-damaged, abandoned car lying in heavy brush about 3 a.m.
LAPD officials ran the plates and contacted Sheen, who said he was unaware the car was missing. Cops have made no arrests in either case. A law enforcement source told the LA Times that the first incident may have occurred after the car was left in an open garage with the keys inside.
Sheen, 44, recently reached a plea deal in a Christmas Day domestic violence case involving wife Brooke Mueller. The actor agreed to plead guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge in the case and work at a Colorado theatre company during his 30-day jail sentence. He'll also serve three months probation as part of a plea agreement.
He will be sentenced in July.