A slew of armed officers and SWAT vehicles swarmed a Sacramento neighborhood Friday night, raiding what's been described as a biker club home and clubhouse.
Neighbors couldn't believe what was unfolding right next door.
"I was in there watching a Clint Eastwood movie, and all of a sudden I hear, 'You, the residents of 1290 Arcade Boulevard, come out of the house with your hands up,'" said Dennis Kincaid.
"There was a boom. Those are like POW's, like a biker gang over there. They were serving a search warrant," described Mike Sullivan.
While FOX40's cameras were at the scene, three people were spotted being put into into handcuffs and then into the back of police cars.
"For the last five years, there has been bikers living in the house. I can hear them coming and going. I've gone over to their house and had a beer with them, talked with them — never had any problems," recalled a stunned Kincaid.
The 1200 block of Arcade boulevard was closed to through traffic since for some time as officers knocked down a fence at their target home to get inside.
They spent a lot of time combing through an outbuilding on the property draped in biker club signs.
Police are releasing few details about what brought on such an intense response.
Sacramento Police Sgt. Douglas Rosin confirmed that the department's gang unit served the search warrant, but would not elaborate about any drug, gun or homicide allegations connected to the home.