Jared Anderson, 24, was arrested Thursday in Michigan shortly after leading police on a series of high-speed chases, officials said.

Anderson, a heavyweight from Toledo, Ohio, reached speeds of 130 mph and fled from police on three separate occasions starting at about 1:36 p.m., before crashing his Dodge Challenger into a median on southbound I-275, according to the Huron Township Department of Public Safety report.

Anderson was arraigned by Wayne County Third Circuit county Saturday, posted a $10,000 personal bond and was ordered not to drive, regardless of his license status, unless traveling to and from his court dates.

If convicted, Anderson could receive a charge of up to five years in prison, $1,000 fine and a one-year driver's license suspension. His next appearance date will be on March 13, at the 34th District Court in Romulus, Michigan, for a probable cause hearing.

Anderson (16-0, 15 KOs), who most recently fought last August, stopping Andriy Rudenko in five rounds, was arrested last November, in Oregon, Ohio, for operating a vehicle while impaired and improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle. The impairment charges were subsequently dropped from the November arrest.