It’s a little-known but critical golf course on the outskirts of Los Angeles.
It is the only golf course in the world that does not have a fence.
It’s also a very popular one with locals.
So when Jefferson Golf Course closed its gates on August 28, it did not seem like much of a deal.
But when you are stranded in a place like this, there is no time to relax.
In fact, it is dangerous.
The golf course has one of the longest walls in the US, measuring 12.6 metres (34 feet).
It is also a popular hangout for tourists, and the crowds at Jefferson have made it a magnet for criminals.
This video by Buzzfeed shows some of the mayhem that took place during the closure: The security guard with a gun is a popular tourist attraction at Jeffs golf course.
A woman was seen trying to enter the clubhouse through a window.
A security guard in a golf cart was seen pulling people out of the club and throwing them on the ground.
A man was seen grabbing a woman by the arm, trying to drag her out of a golf club by her hair.
And a security guard, in a white uniform, tried to push the handcuffed man out of his chair.
“He tried to shove me out of my chair and I didn’t know what to do,” said a woman who asked to remain anonymous.
“I didn’t think anything of it.
“It’s kind of the first time I’ve been in this situation where I’ve had to defend myself.” “
The security man is a member of the LAPD’s Special Response Team. “
It’s kind of the first time I’ve been in this situation where I’ve had to defend myself.”
The security man is a member of the LAPD’s Special Response Team.
He is stationed at the golf course, and he was there when the security guard went on to the scene.
“We’re trying to identify who’s behind this and why,” said Sgt. David Leveille, who is the chief of the LA Police Department’s special response team.
“But we can’t say much about it at this time.”
Leveile added that he was unsure of the identity of the security officer.
“As far as we know, he is a uniformed member of our department,” he said.
Leveil added that the man in the golf cart had not been in the club for a long time.
“At this point, we don’t have any indication as to the type of person he is,” Leveine said.
It took at least two hours to get to the police department.
“There was a lot of yelling, a lot that we didn’t have to respond to,” said Levele.
“If it wasn’t for that guy, we wouldn’t have gotten that far.
We would have been arrested.”
After that, the man was arrested and charged with trespassing.
But Leveley was able to get the man out without much trouble.
“The man got out of that golf cart,” he told ABC News.
“They said, ‘Oh, you didn’t get him out.’
He was very confused.”
There are no charges being brought against the security man.
The security guards are paid by the county.
But the security guards’ union is not happy.
“Our members don’t get paid enough to be safe in our communities,” said Brian Smead, the president of the Los Angeles Police Protective League, in an interview with ABC News affiliate KABC-TV.
“You don’t see the people in the public that do.
So we’re saying that’s unacceptable.”
The LSPL is also calling on the city to hire more security guards.
In a statement to ABC News, the city said that it is reviewing the incident.
“Safety and security are our top priorities and we are conducting a thorough review of the incident,” the statement said.
But while the city may have the money to hire security guards, there are also other problems that have led to the closure.
The L.A. Times reports that at least one woman was arrested for attempting to enter Jeffs clubhouse.
In addition, the LA Times reports there were a few incidents that were not caught on camera, including an incident in which a man jumped a fence at the end of a path that leads to a parking lot, and a person was injured in a hit-and-run.
“People who go into the club are always on edge,” said Smeade.
“Every time you leave, you have to worry about being followed, being followed by a security officer.”
He added that there are no laws on the books to keep people from trespassing at the course.