Police Helicopter Dispatched To Famous Singer’s Home

(FreedomBeacon.com)- On Monday, TMZ reported that last month, police were called to Grammy-winning singer John Mayer’s Beverly Hills home after his security team spotted someone roaming on the property.

According to sources, Los Angeles Police were called to Mayer’s residence in January after an intruder was spotted on a security camera. However, the person left the camera’s range and disappeared. The singer was not home at the time.

Officers on the ground and aboard a police helicopter searched the area but found nothing.

According to TMZ, since the singer’s private security said no interior alarm was triggered, the officers did not search the residence.

Nobody has been arrested for the incident.

According to the New York Post’s Page Six, it is not clear if the case is still open.

TMZ reported in 2018 that Mayer’s home was broken into and “ransacked” with the intruders making off with between $100,000 and $200,000 worth of property. Mayer was not home at the time.

Home invasions targeting wealthy celebrities have also been increasing in Los Angeles, according to Page Six.

In late 2021, Dorit Kemsley from “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” was robbed at gunpoint while at home with her two young children. In March 2022, there was an attempted home invasion at the residence of “Selling Sunset” star Christine Quinn. Quinn, along with her husband and their baby, were asleep at the time.

Last summer, the New York Post reported that “follow home” robberies have also been increasing in Los Angeles in recent years as gangs target people wearing expensive clothing and jewelry, or driving luxury cars as they leave upscale clubs and restaurants.

Captain Jonathan Tippet, who heads up the LAPD’s Follow-Home Robbery Task Force, told the Post that the victims are rarely given a chance to comply before the perpetrators take their belongings. Instead, the perpetrators attack them, either by hitting them or tackling them to the ground.