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ECW's Rob Van Dam And Sabu Arrested With Possession Of Drugs - Updated!
In what should be a big no-no with WWE, both Rob Van Dam and Sabu were arrested last night while driving from an ECW house show to this night's RAW tapings. This was reported by the Ironton Tribune today.

The twosome were originally arrested for speeding, but the police officer is question smelled marijuana in the car and decided to investigate further. Both Van Dam and Sabu had some type of drugs or drug paraphernalia on them, and are scheduled to appear in court this Thursday on the charges.

The big question mark, of course, is how WWE will react on all of this. With the big drug policy looming, you'll have to wonder whether or not they will be suspended. Would this have been a lower card wrestler, he would most likely be fired on the spot, but this is Rob Van Dam and Sabu we're talking about. RVD is the current ECW Champion, as well as the WWE Champion, and Sabu is the major draw for the ECW brand. I guess only time will tell what WWE's decision will be on this matter.

News courtesy of IrontonTribune.Com:

"HANGING ROCK Two wrestling superstars from Extreme Championship Wrestling and World Wrestling Entertainment may be tough in the ring, but they didn’t have enough muscle to escape drug charges after being stopped Sunday night by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.


Robert Alex Szatowski, aka WWE and ECW champion Rob Van Dam, and Terry Michael Brunk, aka Sabu, also a former ECW champion, were pulled over on U.S. 52, near Patrick Street in Hanging Rock at about 10:15 p.m. The two were apparently driving from their performances at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena earlier in the evening.

According to the OSHP, Szatowski was initially stopped for speeding. When troopers approached his vehicle, they smelled marijuana and performed a search. Troopers found the wrestler in possession of 18 grams of marijuana and five Vicodin, prescription pain pills. Brunk was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and also had nine pills that were not immediately identifiable, but were known to be controlled substances, according to the OSHP. Both were cited and posted bond at the scene.

Szatowski, of Battle Creek, Mich., has had a long, successful career with both the WWE and ECW. In addition to being the current champion of both, he has been intercontinental champion six times, hardcore champion four times and has been a part of several championship tag team duos.

He is scheduled to wrestle tonight on WWE Raw and is also wrestling Tuesday night to retain his WWE and ECW titles during the “Extreme Rules Match” on the Sci-Fi channel.

Brunk, who lists his hometown as Bombay, India, on the WWE Web site, has also had a successful career with the ECW, earning world heavyweight championship titles two times and tag team championship honors three times.

Both Brunk and Szatowski are scheduled to appear at 10 a.m. Thursday in Ironton Municipal Court. Both wrestlers won their matches last night in Huntington, W.Va. Van Dam defeated the Big Show and Sabu defeated Justin Credible."



Update!

WWE has now confirmed the arrest of Rob Van Dam and Sabu, and has posted some additionally interesting tidbits.

It appears that both men will be allowed to wrestle at tonight's RAW, as well as at tomorrow's ECW show, but that an "investigation" will be held on the subject.

It seems that neither man is out of the doghouse just yet.

News courtesy of WWE.Com:

"By Ed Williams III
July 3, 2006

In the wake of being faced with five violations, including drug possession, by the Ohio State Highway Patrol, WWE.com reports that Rob Van Dam and Sabu arrived at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia at 1:30 p.m. today and immediately went into a meeting with Vice President of Talent Relations John Laurinaitis.

Following the meeting, Mr. Laurinaitis told WWE.com that Rob Van Dam and Sabu will be eligible to compete tonight on RAW and tomorrow night at ECW on Sci Fi while an ongoing investigation is being conducted by World Wrestling Entertainment. The two men will be appearing in court Thursday morning at Ironton Municipal Court.

According to the Ironton Tribune, Rob Van Dam and Sabu were pulled over on U.S. 52, near Patrick Street in Hanging Rock, Ohio at about 10:15 p.m. Sunday night. The two were apparently driving from their performances at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena earlier in the evening.

According to the Ohio State Police, as reported by the Ironton Tribune, Van Dam was initially stopped for speeding. When troopers approached his vehicle, they smelled marijuana and performed a search. Troopers found RVD in possession of 18 grams of marijuana and five Vicodin, prescription pain pills. Sabu was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and also had nine pills that were not immediately identifiable, but were known to be controlled substances, according to the OSHP. Both were cited and posted bond at the scene."

2006-Jul-03 06:12 pm by Mr Taco
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