By CBSLA Staff

BREA (CBSLA) – A compliance check by Orange County probation officers Thursday led to a hazardous materials alert and bomb squad response.

Probation officers were checking on a probationer at a home at 742 Sonora Street in Brea when they saw some hazardous materials and called Brea police at 2:45 p.m., said Brea police Sgt. Chris Haddad.

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Two people were detained and neighboring homes were evacuated, Haddad said.

Anaheim and Brea firefighters responded as well as the Orange County sheriff’s bomb squad, Haddad said.

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It was not immediately disclosed what type of hazardous material drew the response. Nobody was injured.

The Brea Police Department posted a Facebook video about the incident Thursday.

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