MMA fighter Ricky “Too Slick” Camp has been charged in connection with two separate assault incidents in Guam. Camp was charged in the Superior Court of Guam with aggravated assault as a third-degree felony and two counts of misdemeanor assault. The first incident occurred on March 19, when a man reported that Camp assaulted him in the parking lot of King’s Restaurant in Tamuning. According to the complaint, Camp used physical force, including punches and kicks, resulting in visible injuries to the victim’s face and body.
In a separate incident on August 27, another man reported being assaulted by Camp and possibly two other individuals in front of a bar in Tumon. The victim stated that Camp initiated the altercation and punched him, causing him to collapse. The victim also reported being struck in the back of the head by a third person, possibly with a hard object. The victim sustained injuries including bleeding from the nose, mouth, and ear, as well as cuts and bruising.
Joseph Christopher Mendiola, a friend of Camp, has also been charged with assault as a misdemeanor for his involvement in the second incident. Camp already has an active case in the Superior Court of Guam related to 2019 felony charges for drug trafficking.
Camp’s current charges carry a potential sentence of five to 25 years, in addition to the seven years he faces for the assault charges. He is currently being held in prison on a $3,000 cash bail.