Zach Randolph, Sacramento Kings and former Trail Blazer forward, was arrested for marijuana possession with intent to sell in Los Angeles on Wednesday night, according to a report.
Officers were investigating a disturbance near a housing project when they found a large group of people smoking and blocking the roadway, police say. He was arrested two times DUI's, drinking while underage in his first season in the National Basketball Association, street racing, and some stints in juvenile hall including for possession of stolen guns.
Randolph, who grew up in Marion, Indiana, has had previous arrests in his youth and early in his career.
Three people, include the National Basketball Association player, were taken into custody and charged with felony drug possession with intent to sell.
LAPD had to call for backup after the scene got out of hand, and the aftermath left six cop cars vandalized, according to TMZ.
In the end, cops recovered 2 guns, drugs, a significant amount of cash and 2 vehicles were impounded - though it's unclear if any of those things belonged to Randolph.
"Randolph is listed at 6'9", 260 on his booking sheet, which also says bail was set at $20,000.
Randolph signed a two-year $24 million deal with the Sacramento Kings this summer after spending the past eight seasons with the Memphis Grizzlies.