Jackson has an arraignment hearing scheduled for June 10, according to the records.
Jackson tried to enter VIP area many times without proper pass, source says. He was handcuffed by police and then ran away from the officers before being detained, the Arizona Republic reported, citing a police report.More news: China Responds to Trump's New Tariffs, Targeting $60 Billion in US Exports
Jackson, who was the fourth overall pick in the 2017 National Basketball Association draft out of Kansas, averaged 11.5 points and 4.4 rebounds per game in his second season with Phoenix.
Jackson left the area, only to return and attempt to enter the VIP area again.
Case in point: Josh Jackson.More news: Maryland joins multi-state lawsuit alleging generic drug price fixing
According to the report, Jackson was told to sit on a golf cart but ran away when the officer wasn't looking. The California native was charged with one count of criminal damage to property, less than $1,000 after allegedly kicking the auto of a woman basketball player, who claimed Jackson threatened to "beat her ass".
Ultimately backup officers located Jackson and arrested him.More news: 'Empire' will go 1 more season, Smollett's future is unclear
The Suns said they were aware of the incident and were gathering more information.