Professional boxer Adrien Broner was arrested on an open warrant in Cincinnati early Thursday morning after being found in a vehicle riddled with bullets.
Jail records show that the one-time four-division champion was booked at the Kenton County Detention Center at 1:18 a.m. and released at 5:10 a.m. after posting $503 bond.
The 28-year-old boxer was driving a white Chevrolet Suburban that had been shot about eight times, when he was taken into police custody.
According to USAToday, Cincinnati police had received several reports shortly before shots fired around West McMillan Street and West McMillan Avenue. Broner was found behind the wheel of the rented Suburban, where he told police that an unknown suspect was following him from the G’Moni’s Bar on Queen City Avenue.
Broner tells police that the suspect approached him on West McMillan Street and fired several rounds into his car, striking his vehicle approximately eight times.
Broner was not hurt in the attack, but was arrested shortly after on an open warrant from 2014 for public alcohol intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Police located and searched the alleged crime scene where the original shots were fired, and found ten 9mm shell casings.
Broner is scheduled to appear in court on April 27th.