A press release from Ormond Beach Police Department has shown that Sunny was three times over the legal alcohol limit at the time of the fatal collision that took the life of a 75-year-old man.
It was recently reported that Sunny – real name Tammy Sytch – was arrested at a hotel in Ormond Beach, Florida and is facing nine charges in relation to a three-car collision that resulted in the death of 75-year-old Julian Lafrancis Lasseter Jr. Those charges include DUI manslaughter, driving with a suspended or revoked license causing death or serious injury, as well as seven counts of DUI causing damage to a person or property.
Now, a press release from the Ormond Beach Police Department has confirmed the arrest and revealed that the WWE Hall of Famer was three times over the legal alcohol limit at the time of the incident. You can read the full press release below:
Date/Time: Friday March 25th @ approximately 8:28 p.m.
Location: United States Highway 1, just north of State Road 40
The Ormond Beach Police Department has arrested Tamara Lynn Sytch for causing the death of Julian Lafrancis Lasseter during a traffic crash on March 25th of this year.
Toxicology results of Ms. Sytch’s blood, taken by a search warrant served shortly after the time of the crash, have determined her blood-alcohol level to be 0.280 (g/100mL). This level is 3 ½ times the lawful blood-alcohol limit while operating a motor vehicle.
On Friday, May 7th, Ormond Beach Police Department investigators, with the assistance of the Office of the State Attorney – 7th Circuit, obtained an arrest warrant for Ms. Sytch, charging her with one (1) count of DUI causing death, one (1) count of causing death while operating a vehicle with a suspended or revoked driver’s license, four (4) counts of DUI causing injury to a person, and three (3) counts of DUI causing damage to property, signed by Honorable Judge Schumann, with a total bond amount set at $227,500.
OBPD investigators located Ms. Sytch at the Hard Rock Hotel in Daytona Beach shortly before 10:00 p.m., and with the assistance of the Daytona Beach Police Department, she was arrested and transported to the Volusia County Branch Jail without further incident. Mr. Lasseter’s family has been notified of these developments, and our heartfelt thoughts continue to be with them as we proceed through this process. Reports and other documentation will be available for release early next week.
OBPD also continues to diligently investigate data and leads to determine other contributing factors in this crash, and updates will be provided as those results become available. If you have any further information about this investigation, please contact Officer Rick Taylor at 386-677-0731.
Released by: Captain D.W. Smith, Operations Commander
Date Released: 05/07/2022
OBPD case#: 220300397
If found guilty of the charges against her, Sunny could face up to 30 years in prison. She was bonded out of jail on the afternoon of May 7th after a court appearance that morning. The bonds included $200,000 for the DUI manslaughter charge and $27,500 for the remaining charges.