This crowd management case involves a music event for an acclaimed DJ at a club in downtown Los Angeles. Alcohol was served at the event, which hosted over 100 event attendees, however there were relatively few members of the club’s staff present and a minimal security presence. The security check at the door was conducted by two security guards who reportedly did not pat down the legs of customers or use a metal detector. Subsequently, a man was able to bring a gun into the club. Two hours after the event started, the man shot another guest in the shoulder in an unprovoked act. It was alleged that the event attendee screening and in-club security were insufficient.