Henderson has not made himself available to police since the incident, instead having an attorney contact police on his behalf, said Sgt. Paul Ford of the Manhattan Beach Police Department.
On Monday, Ford told Patch he expected to hear from Henderson's attorney later in the day.
The incident in the 3300 block of Bayview Avenue brought SWAT to the scene, and after a search warrant was obtained, SWAT shot tear gas into the bottom-floor rental unit to find no one inside.
The event was sent into motion when responding officers spotted blood and a broken window. Once inside hours later, police found shell casings.
Ford said police collected evidence from the scene and "There are some things that obviously he [Henderson] would be faced with." he declined to say what was found inside the home and what crimes may have been committed.
Two years ago, Henderson served time in jail after law enforcement officers found 600 marijuana plants growing inside his Redondo Beach home, according to the Daily Breeze.
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