A fundraiser being hosted by Los Angeles County sheriff's officials Thursday night ended in violence, with one guest arrested and more arrests possible, a department spokesman confirmed.
Sheriff's deputies were hosting a party at Cities, a bar and restaurant in East Los Angeles, to raise money for an annual law enforcement relay race.
About 2 a.m. Friday, there was an altercation that involved off-duty deputies and guests.
One woman invited to the party was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer. Her deadly weapon was a high-heel shoe she allegedly used to hit a deputy.
Sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore identified the woman as Aracely Lozano, but declined to say whom she knew and how she was invited. He said she is not a deputy.