LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Latest on a police response at Chris Brown’s California home (all times local):
Authorities say officers responded to singer Chris Brown’s Los Angeles home after a woman called police seeking assistance.
Police Lt. Chris Ramirez told reporters that the call came early Tuesday from outside the residence in the Tarzana neighborhood.
Ramirez didn’t say what assistance the woman needed. He says detectives hope to talk to Brown, the woman, and any witnesses.
Officer Lyle Knight tells The Associated Press that police are waiting for a judge to approve a search warrant for the home in the San Fernando Valley area.
Multiple police vehicles are parked at the scene.
Calls to representatives for Brown were not immediately returned.
The Grammy-winning singer has had multiple run-ins with law enforcement. He spent six years on probation after pleading guilty to attacking his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
Los Angeles police have been called to singer Chris Brown’s home.
Officer Lyle Knight says officers responded early Tuesday to the house in the Tarzana neighborhood.
Knight had no immediate information about what prompted the call.
Television news showed several police cars parked outside the property in the San Fernando Valley area.