WOODLAND HILLS (CBSLA) – Agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration shot and killed a female suspect during a raid at a Woodland Hills home in the early morning hours Wednesday.

Nov. 20, 2019. (CBS2)

At about 3:45 a.m., agents were serving a search warrant at a home in the 5000 block of Nora Lynn Drive when they came across an armed female suspect, the DEA said in a statement.

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The suspect was then shot and killed, authorities on scene confirmed to CBS2. She died at the scene. She was later identified as 42-year-old Jessica Beedles of Woodland Hills. It’s unclear if Beedles opened fire on the agents.

There was no word of any injuries to DEA agents.

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The raid stemmed from an investigation into an overdose case going back to July, DEA spokesperson Nicole Nishida said.

Neighbors said the home was used as both a rental and an Airbnb location. An Airbnb spokesperson told CBS2 Thursday that the home had not been used as an Airbnb for over a year.

“We would see young people, what looked like late teens to me, as well as middle-aged people going in,” said neighbor Maria Steere. “Not like heavy traffic of twenty or thirty a day, but enough that there would be unknown cars.”

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The Los Angeles Police Department is assisting in the shooting investigation.