In the end, three people were detained by the authorities, including National Basketball Association star Zach Randolph.
Randolph was one of three people detained during a gathering in the street near the Nickerson Garden Housing Project, where people were drinking alcohol, smoking weed and listening to loud music, according to TMZ.
Three people, include the National Basketball Association player, were taken into custody and charged with felony drug possession with intent to sell.
Another man, an ex-con, was arrested for possession of a gun, according to the police report. The disturbance escalated with Randolph being arrested at 11 p.m. PT and booked 5 1/2 hours later with bail being set for $20,000, according to police reports. Backup was called when the crow grew and began throwing bottles, resulting in smashed windows and slashed tires on several police cars.
"A dispersal order was given", Madison said, adding skirmish lines were formed by the LAPD Devonshire division before five LAPD patrol cars and one L.A. County Sheriff's Department vehicle were vandalized.
Also arrested was Stanley Walton, 43, on suspicion of carrying a gun as an ex-convict. The two-time All-Star spent the previous eight seasons with the Grizzlies.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Sacramento Kings player and Hoosier native Zach Randolph was arrested after a class involving residents and police in a Los Angeles neighborhood.
In July, after a season in which Randolph transitioned successfully into a reserve role in Memphis, he signed a free agent deal with the Sacramento, where he'll be reunited with former Grizzlies coach Dave Joerger.