A man described as a “crazed stalker” managed to scale the fortified fences of Charlie Sheen’s multi-million dollar Sherman Oaks, California, mansion -- about an hour after LAPD officers conducted a raid on the star looking for weapons.
RadarOnline.com has video of man -- later identified as David Pack, 26, from Kansas City, Kansas -- being driven out of Sheen's Mulholland Estate and in the back of a squad car after he was cuffed and arrested for trespassing in the early hours of Friday morning.
It was a dramatic twist on an already eventful evening for the embattled actor, as he was confronted with significant breach of security.
"Things had returned to normal after the police attended Charlie's home when this 'crazed stalker' was discovered in the backyard," a source close to 45-year-old Sheen told RadarOnline.com.
“Mulholland Estate security was notified immediately and police also responded.”
Said the pal: “It shook everyone up.”
The LAPD uniform officers raced in their squad cars after being frantically summoned by a security officer who screamed, 'It's Charlie, It's Charlie.'
The cars were under full siren as they entered the home.
Just how the individual managed to infiltrate the ex Two and a Half Men star’s home and the highly secure estate, home to a host of celebrities including Paris Hilton, is unknown.
It had been on lockdown after cops arrived around 8pm PT to look for weapons at Sheen’s home, as part of an investigation into a possible violation of a restraining order against the star by his estranged wife Brooke Mueller.
Sheen was not arrested.
However, police found one rifle -- from the 1800s -- and "a few bullets" according to his lawyer Mark Gross.
In June, last year, Sheen had his 2010 Mercedes-Benz stolen from outside his home and driven off Mulholland Drive, while he slept inside.