Ultimate Fighting Championship veteran Isaac Vallie-Flagg was arrested for burglarizing a commercial property in Rio Rancho, N.M., on Friday.
According to a post on the Sandoval County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page, Vallie-Flagg “had cut the chain to the gate at the property and driven onto the grounds. He was found in possession of numerous identification cards, social security cards, one hand gun and a semi-auto rifle with a silencer.”
Vallie-Flagg has not yet been charged with a specific crime yet because the investigation is ongoing, according to the post.
Now 39 years old, Vallie-Flagg compiled a 16-7-1 record over the course of a mixed martial arts career that began in 2003. The Jackson-Wink MMA representative won two bouts during a brief stint in Strikeforce, including a split verdict over Gesias Cavalcante in May 2012.
He made his Octagon debut at UFC 156, where he garnered a split decision triumph against Yves Edwards. Vallie-Flagg exited the promotion after losing three consecutive bouts in 2014. He last competed at a regional event in Albuquerque, N.M. on Aug. 6, 2016, defeating Jonathan Gary via first-round submission.