Malcom David Kelley

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Another domestic disturbance for a Lost castaway.

Police confirm that they are investigating an attempted burglary early Friday morning at a Los Angeles area home that turned out to belong to Malcolm David Kelley, aka Walt, one of the key surviving passengers of Oceanic Flight 815 once upon a time.

"Malcolm and his family are currently working with law enforcement as they investigate the frightening chain of events that occurred at their residence earlier today," Kelley's rep, Dominic Friesen, tells E! News.

"Although understandably shaken, Malcolm is safe and uninjured, and truly appreciates the overwhelming support received by fans."

A spokesman for the L.A. County Sheriff's Department confirmed to E! News that it was investigating a burglary call that ended in a deputy-involved shooting and a suspect being taken into custody. No injuries were reported.

Meanwhile, according to TMZ, the suspect first knocked at the front door of Kelley's Bellflower home and, when no one answered, attempted to break in. The now 17-year-old actor was at home and called 911 when he heard a noise. Officers fired at least one shot when the suspect tried to flee.

We're just glad Kelley and his family are OK.

In 2005, Josh Holloway and his wife were held up at gunpoint at their place in Oahu. The perpetrator was ultimately sentenced to at least 13 years in prison after copping to five home-invasion robberies that year.

—Additional reporting by Whitney English


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