Boxer Adrien Broner arrested on warrant in Cincinnati area

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Former four-division world titleholder Adrien Broner is in trouble with the law yet again.

Police say boxer Adrien Broner was stopped in a bullet-riddled vehicle then arrested on an outstanding warrant in Kentucky.

Covington police arrested him on an open warrant from 2014 on alcohol intoxication in a public place and disorderly conduct charges and the SUV was held for investigation.

Broner was stopped by police after crossing into Kentucky in a bullet-riddled Chevrolet Suburban.

Cincinnati officers believe Broner was involved in a fight at G-Moni bar on Queen City Avenue in South Fairmont, and Broner's vehicle was shot in the altercation, Saunders said.

Cincinnati police had received several reports shortly before of shots fired around West McMillan Street and West McMicken Avenue. Earlier this week, Showtime announced it was making plans to feature Broner in the main event of a card this summer.

The 27 year-old, who has found himself on the wrong side of regulations on many occasions in the recent past, was bailed at 5am on Thursday morning after being picked up in Covington.

Broner was recently on trial for felony assault and robbery charges, all of which were dropped.

Broner was ultimately released from custody and is due back in court later this month.

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