DEVELOPING: Palm Beach Police and Secret Service are responding to a “trespass” call at former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, WPBF 25 News reports.
Secret Service did a security sweep of the area, reporter Jossie Carbonare tweeted.
Local media reports Secret Serve conducted a sweep of the premises after police vehicles left.
BREAKING: Palm Beach Police tells us they responded to a trespassing call at Mar-a-Lago. Units were parked on the back side but have since left. We’re told secret service is doing a sweep. No other details being released. @WPBF25News— Jossie Carbonare WPBF25 (@wpbf_jossie) November 3, 2022
Law enforcement told Fox News the Secret Service contacted the Palm Beach Police Department when a male refused to leave the resort.
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“So it was it was a routine trespass complaint for us. And by routine, I don’t necessarily mean like routine for Mar a Lago, just there was nothing really out of the ordinary about it,” Cpt. Will Rothrock told Fox. “At 808 this morning, we had a male subject that was stopped at one of the gates refusing to leave the property. We responded, spoke briefly with him, and he was issued a written warning for trespass and he left the area so there wasn’t an incident report or anything associated with it.”
The outlet reports it is unclear if Trump was at his estate but is scheduled to appear at a campaign event in Iowa later Thursday.
This is a developing story.