Randolph was arrested in Los Angeles (along with two others) on Wednesday and charged with felony marijuana possession with intent to sell due to the large quantity of weed that they possessed at the time.
Five police cars and one sheriff's vehicle ended up with smashed windows and slashed tires.
Police on patrol saw a crowd drinking and blocking streets at the Nickerson Gardens project in Watts. 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. The 29-year-old Mayo was an eight-year veteran, playing his first four seasons with the #Memphis Grizzlies, one season with the Dallas Mavericks and three seasons with the Milwaukee Bucks. He excelled in a reserve role last season, averaging 14.1 points and 8.2 rebounds. After the arrests, we're told things got insane - the crowd became unruly and LAPD had to call for backup.
Authorities say two men were arrested and several police cars were vandalized after a large gathering became unruly at a Los Angeles housing project.
Los Angeles City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson has also spoken out, saying he was "very disappointed" that police arrested the sports star on suspicion of a marijuana offense - especially when medical marijuana dispensaries continue to operate illegally. She didn't know if Walton has an attorney. No officers were hurt.
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. The two-year contract translated to a whopping $24million deal. Randolph also played for the New York Knicks and Los Angeles Clippers.