Former Jamaican road race champion Marloe Rodman charged with murder

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Former Caribbean Elite Road Race champion  – Jamaican, Marloe Rodman, has been charged for his role in the death of a man in a motorcycle collision which occurred in the parish of St. Catherine, Jamaica last week.

According to reports, Rodman was riding his Honda CBR motor vehicle early on Sunday morning when he lost control of the vehicle and crashed into another motorcyclist, Arnold Gordon.  Gordon, who was seated on his bike at the time, was later pronounced dead at hospital.

On Tuesday Rodman was hit with an array of charges which included manslaughter, operating an unlicensed motor vehicle, operating a motorcycle with no registration, no certificate of fitness, no insurance and no registration plates affixed.

It is alleged that Rodman was doing stunts on the motorcycle along Gordon Boulevard when he lost control of the vehicle.  He is slated to appear in the St Catherine Parish Court where he will answer the charges.  The Jamaican champion claimed the Caribbean Elite Road Race title two years ago which marked the first time in 15 years the event, which was held in Barbados, was won by a Jamaican cyclist.

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