(CINCINNATI) -- A local Olympic boxer who's been in trouble with the law before is in trouble again.
Ron Siler was arrested on one count of drug possession and three counts of trafficking.
He appeared in Hamilton County court, where his bond was set at $40,000.
Siler has faced several charges in the past, including attempted felonious assault, drug possession and a probation violation.
In 2006, he appeared before Judge Norbert Nadal, who ordered him to schedule more fights or go to jail. He decided to avoid jail and scheduled two fights. Siler had said he had stopped scheduling fights because they didn't pay enough.
Siler, 27, is a father of six.