Ohioan charged in death of former boxing champion

CLEVELAND (AP) — A Cleveland woman is charged with aggravated vehicular homicide in the death of a former national boxing champion who was flung off the hood of the woman's car and was run over by a different vehicle.

Twenty-three-year-old Sandie Sanderson is jailed under a $25,000 bond. Court records listed no attorney for her Friday.

Sanderson is accused of driving into traffic with 26-year-old Cashmere Jackson on the car hood after a Wednesday altercation at a Cleveland gas station. Jackson fell from the hood, and she was accidentally run over.

Authorities say Jackson had jumped onto Sanderson's car after it lightly bumped a car that Jackson was riding in.

Jackson won national light welterweight titles in 2010 and 2011. She later was sent to prison for two years on a robbery charge.

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