Ryan Dunn, best known as a member of 'Jackass,' died in a car accident on June 20, 2011.
His 2007 Porsche 911 GT3 crashed into a wooded area and caught fire. He was reportedly speeding up to 140 miles per hour before he crashed. Zachary Hartwell, a passenger, 30, of West Chester, Pennsylvania also died. Hartwell once worked in one of Dunn's movies.
Photos posted online on the night before the crash showed Dunn drinking alcohol with few of his friends.
Ryan Dunn was drinking heavily at Barnaby's and buying shots of whiskey for the entire bar.
According to The Daily, Thaddeus Kalinoski, one of the last people who saw Ryan Dunn and Zachary Hartwell alive, spent five hours drinking with Dunn, downing shots of whiskey and several beers.
The Frank Herron, the bar's general manager said at the bar said Dunn was not visibly intoxicated at any point that night and surveillance video shared with police supported those observations.
He spoke clearly. He walked clearly. He came in hop, skip, jumping. He left hop, skip, jumping, Herron told The Associated Press. If these results are true, I'm shocked at it. We were very confident that he had not had that much.
Dunn was not visibly intoxicated during any of the footage displayed on surveillance record, La Torre said, but it likely was the alcohol drank by Dunn at the end of the night was associated with the accident.
There will be no charge against the bar since Dunn didn't look intoxicated during the time he drank in the bar.
It wasn't the first time Dunn had problem with driving. According to court documents, Dunn was charged in April 2005 with driving under the influence after crashing his car in West Whiteland Township. He then completed a program designed for first-time, nonviolent offenders that allows charges to be dismissed after defendants finish the program.
According to toxicology testing by the city coroner, Dunn's blood alcohol concentration was 0.196 percent, which is more than twice the
legal state limit of 0.08 percent, said Michael Carroll, the West Goshen Police Chief.
The initial crash reconstruction investigation determined that Mr. Dunn's vehicle was traveling between 132-140 mph at the time of the collision, he said.
Dunn was born in Medina, Ohio, and grew up in Williamsville, New York, before moving to West Chester, Pennsylvania.
A private service for family and friends will take place near Dunn's home in West Chester, Pennsylvania, with a public memorial service to follow.