Mixed martial arts fighter Ricky Mike Camp has been arrested on allegations that he attempted to smuggle five pounds of methamphetamine into Guam.
According to the magistrate report a package from Las Vegas was addressed to a Tamuning home.
The package was flagged at the Barrigada post office. Postal inspectors called in a drug detection dog.
The K-9 team got a “positive confirmation” and the package was opened. 2,282 grams of meth was found inside.
The meth was replaced with sham, substance that looks like the drug, and a tracking devised was placed inside.
The package was picked up by a man identified as Justin Navarro. He was being followed by Ricky Mike Camp.
Police say they followed both men as they drove to a Tamuning residence where Camp and Navarro proceed to the back of the house. The package was opened, which triggered the tracking device and altered authorities who then moved in to make the arrests.
Police say that both the men’s hands were tested for clue spray and that Camp’s hands were covered with them. He was arrested for importation of a scheduled two controlled substance, possession of a schedule two controlled substance and possession with the intent to deliver. He was booked and confined.