BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. – Dennis Rodman (search) has settled a speeding ticket that briefly led to a judge issuing an arrest warrant, an attorney and his agent said Monday.
Rodman, who faced a speeding and reckless driving charge, agreed to plead guilty to speeding, pay $516.50 in fines and make a $200 donation to the Summit County 4-H club, according to The Denver Post. Denver attorney Gary Pirosko and Rodman's agent Darren Prince confirmed the settlement.
"That's it, they had settled it absolutely," Prince said by telephone from New York.
Rodman was charged with speeding and reckless driving after he was stopped July 26 in a $250,000 Lamborghini on a highway near the mountain town of Frisco, about 70 miles west of Denver. Officers allegedly clocked him going 98 mph.
Summit County Judge Russell Granger issued an arrest warrant after Rodman failed to appear at a Sept. 14 hearing.
Rodman had been in town to race in the Bullrun USA 2005 charity auto rally. During the rally, Rodman also was involved in a minor accident and was accused of leaving a Glenwood Springs truck stop without paying $40 for gasoline and a cap. A fan paid the former Chicago Bulls and Detroit Pistons star's bill, and authorities did not pursue charges.
"There are no additional cases," Pirosko said.