Police say "Jackass" star Ryan Dunn's blood-alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit when he crashed his Porsche and killed himself and a passenger on Monday in West Chester, Pa.
West Goshen Township police say toxicology results released Wednesday showed that Dunn had a blood-alcohol level of 0.196, well over the state's legal limit of .08. Coroner reports released Tuesday said full toxicology results would not be available for 4-6 weeks. But the blood-alcohol level was released and attributed to police in online reports Wednesday afternoon.
Dunn was seen in a photograph posted online drinking with friends in the hours before the crash that also killed his friend, Zachary Hartwell.
Dunn was allegedly driving at speeds near 130 mph the night of the violent crash, and a new report sheds light on his long record of speeding.
In the 13 years before his death, Dunn, 34, was cited at least 23 times, including 10 stops for speeding and careless driving, and three more for driving with a suspended license, according to a report on Philly.com.
Among those violations was a 2005 DUI arrest; charges were dropped when Dunn completed a probationary program that included the suspension of his license for more than a year, according to court records.
"He drove too fast," April Margera, mother of Dunn's friend and "Jackass" costar Brandon "Bam" Margera, told NBC10 on Monday. "I yelled at him all the time about that." Watch the emotional clip here:
Since the accident, the stretch of the Route 322 bypass where Dunn and Hartwell crashed and died has become a memorial of sorts, with a steady stream of visitors and a collection of flowers and cards. NBC Philadelphia has this video of a distraught Bam Margera at the crash site Tuesday evening:
According to Philly.com, a private funeral for Dunn was scheduled for Wednesday.