Zach Randolph arrested on charge of pot possession with intent to sell

NBA star Zach Randolph was arrested Wednesday night on a felony charge of marijuana possession with intent to sell.

According to police reports obtained by TMZ Sports, LAPD officers responded to a call in L.A. around 10 p.m. and found a large group of people smoking weed, blasting loud music, and obstructing the roadway. Three people, including Randolph, reportedly tried to flee but were caught and detained by police.

The cops reportedly called for backup after the other people at the scene of the crime became "unruly." As part of the ensuing mayhem, six police vehicles had their tires slashed and windows broken.

In the end, officers recovered two guns, drugs, and a "significant amount" of cash, though it's unclear what exactly belonged to Randolph.

After spending the last eight seasons with the Memphis Grizzlies, the 36-year-old Randolph signed with the Sacramento Kings earlier this offseason on a two-year deal reportedly worth $24 million. His bail is set at $20,000.

Zach Randolph arrested on charge of pot possession with intent to sell
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