12:48 PM PT -- Plymouth Public Safety Department tells TMZ ... Beasley approached a vehicle that had stopped in front of his house Saturday and allegedly pointed a gun at them while telling them to scram. The alleged victims claim as they were driving away, Beasley continued to point the weapon at them.
Officers arrived and set up a perimeter around the property, stopping a car that had attempted to leave Beasley's pad. Eventually, they say they obtained a warrant to search Beasley's property and claim to have found narcotics and several guns inside, one which was allegedly stolen.
Plymouth Police took him into custody and booked him for possession of narcotics and stolen property.
12:19 PM PT -- Hennepin County Sheriff tells TMZ ... Beasley has been released from custody on a pending criminal complaint.
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Malik Beasley is in jail Sunday after being arrested for possession of a controlled substance and concealing stolen property.
Police showed up at Beasley's Plymouth home Saturday and took him into custody. We're told he's being held without bail and is waiting to go before a judge, which could take 24 hours.
The team issued a statement Sunday AM, saying, "We are aware of the situation involving Malik Beasley and are in the process of gathering information at this time."
The Timberwolves are holding a 3-week, voluntary camp in Minneapolis.
It's unclear what property was allegedly stolen, but one of the charges was reportedly marijuana possession ... this according to The Athletic. Seriously, how can that still be a thing in 2020?