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NewsState Of Florida Files Motion To Revoke Tammy 'Sunny' Sytch's Bond

State Of Florida Files Motion To Revoke Tammy ‘Sunny’ Sytch’s Bond



The state of Florida is trying to revoke Tammy “Sunny” Sytch’s bond and wants her to remain in custody prior to her trial for DUI manslaughter (felony) and eight other charges.

On Monday, Florida State Attorney R.J. Larizza filed a four-page motion that stated Sytch “poses a threat of harm to the community” due to her previous probation violations in Pennsylvania.

The crash, which took place back on March 25th, resulted in the death of 75-year old Julian Lasseter.

Larizza’s motion notes that Sytch violated probation from her previous five DUI arrests in Pennsylvania. This led to her probation being revoked on multiple occasions.

Sytch currently has a suspended driver’s license in Pennsylvania and doesn’t have a valid license in Florida.

The motion states,

“The State submits that there is a substantial probability that the Defendant committed DUI Manslaughter when she killed the victim on March 25, 2022. The State also submits that Defendant poses a threat of harm to the community based on criminal history surrounding driving offenses as detailed above.”

Sytch is scheduled to be arraigned on the charges on May 31st and is currently out on bond.

Additionally, Tammy’s current boyfriend (James Pente) put up over $220,000 of his own property as collateral. So if she breaks any rules or tries to flee, he will forfeit all of his property that was agreed upon with the bail bondsman. We’ll see how that turns out!

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