Police Arrest Jared Anderson Following High-Speed Pursuit

Authorities have charged heavyweight boxer Jared Anderson with a third-degree felony for evading the police via several car chases.

Reports indicate Anderson was involved in three high-speed chases last Thursday. The boxer ended up crashing his Dodge Challenger into a median after being chased for at least six miles in Huron County, Michigan. The fighter drove over 130 mph before crashing, after which he was arrested. The boxer was released on Saturday after posting a $10,000 bond, but Anderson could face five years in jail if found guilty.

This is in addition to a possible fine of $1,000 and his license being suspended for a year. Anderson’s arrest is the second time he has been apprehended. Last November, Anderson was arrested for driving while intoxicated and for possession of a gun in his car. These legal troubles have now left question marks over his next fight against Ryad Merhy on April 13.


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