A representative for the LAPD tells RadarOnline.com, police responded to the Grammy winner's $7 million property at 1:33 PM.
We're told once the authorities got there, they searched Gaga's home. They found no sign of burglary and no forced entry.
Photos caught by paparazzi show that at least two cop vehicles arrived at the scene.
This latest incident comes just months after Gaga's dog walker was shot and two of her three pups were stolen.
The Oscar winner's longtime pet walker, Ryan Fischer, risked his life in an attempt to save her dogs from being dogapped earlier this year.
In May, five people were arrested in connection with the dognapping and shooting that landed Fischer in the hospital.
According to a complaint, the dognapping suspects shut off the headlights on their sedan once Fischer turned onto a secluded street.
Following him, the trio reportedly hit and choked Fisher before one of the suspects shot him with a semiautomatic handgun, striking him once and leaving him on the street, the prosecutors stated.
They then made off with two of the bulldogs -- Koji and Gustav -- despite later claiming they had no idea the pups belonged to Gaga.
Fischer's shooting was caught on camera. He was heard screaming for help during the violent struggle.
Gaga put out a $500,000 reward and days later, her dogs were returned but the star never had to cough up the reward money.
That's because Jennifer McBride -- the alleged good Samaritan who "found" the dogs and returned them days later -- was arrested and charged with one count each of accessory after the fact.
Six months after the shooting, Fischer got the hell out of Los Angeles and began traveling in his van across the country; however, that didn't last long.
Gaga's dog walker's van broke down, and he started a GoFundMe after he found himself homeless.