UPDATE: The Los Angeles County Sheriff's bomb squad detonated a suspicious device found at the condominium complex on Hilton Head Drive.
No one was injured and the device was destroyed, said Los Angeles County Sheriff's Lt. John Saleeby.
"That would have caused the explosion (residents) heard," Saleeby said.
One person was arrested, but it was unrelated to the device found, he said. The scene was deemed safe and authorities began to clear the scene by 12:40 p.m. Any street closures have been lifted, he added.
According to a report by KTLA News, the man was arrested on a narcotics charge. While at the home, a deputy noticed the suspicious device.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s officials have blocked off an area around Hilton Head Drive after someone found a suspicious device at a home.
Few details were immediately available as deputies were still working the scene, Sheriff’s officials said. Authorities were checking to see if the device was an explosive.
Deputies were called out to a home in the 22000 block of Hilton Head Drive about 9:20 a.m. on a report of a domestic disturbance. That is when a suspicious device was discovered.
Neighbors report that the road is blocked and helicopters are in the area.