Santa Barbara Police records showed that cops rushed to the address on their wedding anniversary, May 19. Cops responded at 5:44 PM to a trespasser report, answering a second intruder alert at the former royal couple's home days later on May 31.
The second alert came in around 3:21 PM, according to The Sun, just hours before Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, jetted off to Britain for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Both calls were logged as "trespasser, property crimes or suspicious circumstances."
It appears to be an ongoing issue, as RadarOnline.com has discovered that records show there have been a total of six security alert calls in the past 14 months.
Their security breach scares come amid news that Harry won his bid to challenge the U.K. government over security arrangements for him and his family of four while visiting.
The Duke of Sussex has been trying to fund his own security detail when he comes into the country.
A High Court judge made the new ruling last Friday after Harry's security was reduced due to him and Meghan stepping down as full-time working royals in 2020.
"The U.K. will always be Prince Harry's home and a country he wants his wife and children to be safe in," a rep said on his behalf. "With the lack of police protection, comes too great a personal risk. Prince Harry hopes that his petition — after close to two years of pleas for security in the U.K. — will resolve this situation."
As we previously reported, Harry and Meghan employed Barack Obama's former bodyguard Christopher Sanchez and Michael Jackson's former security chief Alberto Alvarez, who RadarOnline.com discovered has a checkered past, while in America.
Amid the couple's security battles, a bombshell new biography about their rocky royal exit has been released titled, Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors.
"It's a fascinating story about a woman who literally fights to get to the top and to be famous, and how she does it with determination," author Tom Bower said.
He continued, "No one gets to be famous, as she is … Whether as an actress, or as a royal, or as a politician, or a tycoon, which I've written about, without there being victims, without there being people hurt on the way."