UPDATE: Las Vegas police released the name and photograph of a man, Brad David Resnik, arrested during Wednesday's incident. No other information was released.
Las Vegas Police and the FBI are releasing very few details about a search warrant the agencies served at a home near Nellis & Owens Wednesday morning.
The activity in the 4900 block of Monroe Avenue prompted the bomb squad to be called out at one point.
Technicians with that team determined a suspicious device was not a threat.
Neighbors say they were shocked by the police activity early Wednesday, but were not surprised by the home it involved.
They pointed to several surveillance cameras mounted high above the property, with several neighbors saying it made them feel uneasy.
"The first thing I thought is 'I say he might be doing something,'" said neighbor Jose Martinez. "But who cares I say you take care of your business I take care of my business."
The search, which was completed around 7 p.m. Wednesday left many of those camera scattered on the ground in pieces.
Neither Las Vegas Metropolitan Police or FBI agents would provide details on the nature of the search warrant or whether any arrests were made.