Boxer Adrien Broner was arrested early Thursday morning in Cincinnati on an open OVI warrant. There were eight bullet holes in the vehicle, according to police, the newspaper reported.
WXIX-TV reports the 28-year-old was arrested on a warrant after failing to appear for a 2014 court case in Covington, Kentucky, on charges of alcohol intoxication in a public place and disorderly conduct.
As they approached West McMillan Street, the suspect fired several rounds, striking his vehicle approximately eight times, according to Broner's account to police.
The controversial junior welterweight, who lives in Cincinnati, was booked into the Kenton County Detention Center at 1:18 a.m. and released at 5:10 a.m. after posting $503 bond, jail records show.
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Linked with massive world title clashes at both 140 and 147 pounds, Broner risks losing out on millions of dollars if he doesn't straighten his ways and avoid police interest.
Broner was recently on trial for felony assault and robbery charges, all of which were dropped.
Thursday's arrest was just the latest on a lengthy list of Broner arrests that date to 2007. Broner, 27, is scheduled for a court appearance on April 27. His last fight was on February 18th, where he won a split decision victory against Adrian Granados.