UFC Vet Tim Credeur Turns Himself In on Warrant for Drug and Firearms Charges


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Tim CredeurUFC veteran Tim Credeur was taken into custody on Monday in Lafayette, La. He turned himself in at the Louisiana County Correctional Center.

Lafayette police on May 29 issued a warrant for Credeur’s arrest due to drug and firearms charges. The charges against Credeur include possession of marijuana and possession of a firearm in the presence of a Schedule I narcotic.

Credeur made his way into the UFC via the seventh season of The Ultimate Fighter.

He amassed a 3-2 record in the Octagon, but lost his last two fights, to Nate Quarry and Ed Herman. Credeur hasn’t fought since June 2011 at the TUF 13 Finale.

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