Shia LaBeouf was cleared of blame for an early-morning crash Sunday in Los Angeles, Sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said in a statement.
"The other car ran a red light and, if not already, will be cited," Whitmore says.
"They will be listed as Party One on the report, indicating they were at fault."
The Transformers star was cited with a misdemeanor DUI and no changes will be added to that, the police say.
Shia LaBeouf, 22, was arrested after the collision around 3 a.m. Sunday.
L.A. County Sheriff's Sgt. Scott Wolf said the actor "showed outward signs of intoxication." He had been at West Hollywood's Troubadour club before the crash.
His Transformers co-star, Isabel Lucas, 23, was a passenger in his truck when the accident occurred, a source said.
She was not seriously injured, but Shia LaBeouf's rep said the the actor is "currently recovering from extensive hand surgery with plans to return to work on the set of Transformers 2 within one month."