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Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Eric Wright has been arrested in Los Angeles for investigation of driving under the influence after police say he was involved in a crash near Staples Center.
Los Angeles police are trying to control an unruly crowd that refused to disperse and began throwing bottles and other objects outside a Hollywood film premiere.
Police in riot gear clashed with a crowd that became unruly outside a Hollywood film premiere Wednesday evening, throwing bottles and vandalizing cars and refusing orders to disperse after they were forced to leave an overcrowded theater, authorities said.
The discovery of a real gun brought real police officers to "Law & Order: Los Angeles" during location filming.
Police Chief Charlie Beck pleaded for calm and vowed his department would conduct an exhaustive investigation into a bicycle officer's fatal shooting of a drunken day laborer with a knife.
Los Angeles police Officer Karen Rayner says Wright was arrested early Monday after the Mercedes SLS he was driving rear-ended a pickup truck.
Two people were arrested for investigation of felony vandalism; three police cars were damaged, Rayner said.