Police were warned before responding to Heather Locklear's house this week that the actress had previously threatened to “shoot deputies.”
According to the police records, when police dispatch called for officers to respond to Locklear’s home, they made sure to make them aware Locklear “has previously threatened to shoot deputies and has one handgun registered to her.”
The dispatcher even noted Locklear was “suicidal” and “violent." The original call came in around 3:50 PM and officials transported Locklear to a nearby hospital within two hours of responding.
The actress was hospitalized on Sunday afternoon after allegedly threatening to kill herself. The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department and paramedics responded to Locklear’s home, where they evaluated her on the scene and decided to transport her to a nearby hospital
Police did not investigate the incident as a crime and dispatch audio showed law enforcement calling Locklear a “suicidal subject” and that she was “trying to hurt herself and looking for a gun to shoot herself.”