WWE Hall of Famer ‘Sunny’ Arrested After Fatal Ormond Beach Crash, Police Say

A former World Wrestling Entertainment superstar has been arrested after an Ormond Beach crash that left one person dead, police say.

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Officers said Tamara Lynn Sytch was arrested on Friday after an ongoing investigation into a fatal March 25 crash involving three cars.

The accident happened around 8:28 p.m. on US Highway 1, just north of State Road 40, and resulted in the death of Julian Lasseter.

Police say two of the cars involved in the accident were stopped at a red light when the third car, driven by Sytch, failed to stop and collided directly with the rear of the one of the cars stopped, forcing her into the other.

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Sytch, who went by the ring name “Sunny” in WWE, was taken to Halifax Health Medical Center for treatment following the accident.

According to a report, Sytch’s blood was drawn by a search warrant served shortly after the time of the crash. His blood alcohol level turned out to be 3.5 times the legal driving limit, police said.

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Police said Sytch has been charged with multiple counts, including DUI causing death, causing death while driving with a suspended license, DUI causing injury to a person, and DUI causing property damage.

Officers said it was still an active investigation and more details would be released on Monday.

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