Charges of aggravated vehicular homicide were filed July 17 against Sandie Sanderson, 23
The Cuyahoga County medical examiner has ruled the death of a popular amateur boxer a homicide.
Cashmere Jackson, 26, of Cleveland died July 16 following an altercation that started in the parking lot of an East 55th Street gas station and ended up with Jackson on the hood of a moving car and eventually being run over by another car.
Charges of aggravated vehicular homicide were filed July 17 against Sandie Sanderson, 23.
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According to authorities, after two cars bumped in the gas station parking lot, Jackson, a passenger in one car, got out and Sanderson drove her Pontiac at Jackson.
Jackson's cause of death was blunt impact to the head, neck, trunk and extremities with brain, visceral, vascular, skeletal and soft tissue injuries, according to the medical examiner.
During the confrontation in the gas station parking lot, then jumped onto the hood of Sanderson's Pontiac, authorities said. Sanderson then drove the Pontiac out of the parking lot and onto East 55th Street and proceeded southbound with Jackson still on the hood.
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The Pontiac then veered across the double-yellow line, and Jackson came off of the hood and the Pontiac collided head-on with another Chevrolet Impala which was being driven by a 68-year-old man and was stopped in the left turn lane.
Jackson then rolled onto East 55th Street and was run over by a 2013 Honda Accord being driven northbound on East 55th Street by a man, 62. She was taken to MetroHealth Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead.