Boxing champ Broner surrenders to Ohio police on assault charges (Reuters)
By Kim Palmer CLEVELAND, April 4 (Reuters) – Boxing champion Adrien Broner surrendered to law enforcement in Cincinnati on Monday after a warrant for his arrest on two felony charges stemming from a bowling alley altercation was issued last month, the Hamilton County prosecutor’s office said. Ohio-native Broner, charged with felonious assault and aggravated robbery, posted $ 100,000 bond and is scheduled to appear on Tuesday in a Hamilton County court, office spokeswoman Julie Wilson said. Will Welsh, Broner’s attorney, said an arrangement was made with county prosecutors to allow his client to turn himself in after a boxing match on Friday.
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