Ex-UFC middleweight Tim Creduer turned himself into authorities today after a warrant was issued two weeks ago for his arrest on drug and firearms charges, reports MMA Junkie.
Credeur was taken into custody after reporting to the Lafayette County Correctional Center at 9:30 a.m. ET. He posted two bonds totaling $5,500 for a marijuana and firearm possession charge.
The warrant was issued May 29 and stemmed from an April 16 incident. Creduer is expected to be released today.
Credeur lost his recent two outings inside the Octagon. He hasn’t fought since June 11 when Ed Herman knocked him out in 48 seconds.