A law enforcement source disclosed to TMZ that a 911 call directed officers to Eastwood's home this week to help people who had allegedly been shot by armed criminals.
Police arrived on the scene to find no evidence of any crime. It is possible the residents of Eastwood's property might not have even been home at the time of the prank.
Fake emergencies have also directed police to the homes of Ashton Kutcher, Tom Cruise, Chris Brown, Kris Jenner and Justin Bieber in the last several months.
LA police have appealed to members of the public who are behind these pranks to stop, as it is wasting police resources.
A 12-year-old boy has been charged for the prank at Kutcher's home. He is facing two felony counts of making false bomb threats and two felony counts of computer intrusion.