Zach Randolph Arrested For Possession And Intent To Sell

Zach Randolph Arrested For Possession And Intent To Sell

The report reveals that the group was drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana while playing loud music, blocking a street at the Nickerson Gardens project in Watts according to ESPN.

The arrest was one part of the disturbance that resulted in damage to several police vehicles, including five LAPD cars and a sheriff's vehicle, per Los Angeles' ABC-7.

Randolph signed a two-year contract with the Sacramento Kings in July worth $24 million.

A crowd began to form and the bystanders tried to block the officers, authorities said.

It remains to be seen how this will impact Randolph's future in California's capital city, but it's most definitely not a good look for the veteran big man.

Madison said an investigation is "ongoing" for an incident that coincided with Randolph's arrest.

The scene was reportedly chaotic, with police vehicles vandalized and unruly behavior taking place. Another man, 43-year-old Stanley Walton, was also arrested on suspicion of being an ex-convict in possession of a gun, Madison added.

TMZ also states the incident led to an unruly crowd that led to cop cars having windows smashed and exhausted slashed. In response, the police had to call for backup.

Although Z-Bo wasn't in the mood to talk, he did flash a smile to TMZ cameras after being released from jail on $20,000 bail last night.

Phone messages made to the Sacramento Kings by USA TODAY Sports on Thursday morning were not immediately returned.

Randolph, 36, averaged 14.1 points and 8.2 points for the Memphis Grizzlies last season.

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