UPDATE, Feb. 2: A police report released Monday stated that police officers responded in "reference a drowning" at the home of Bobbi Kristina Brown.
Additionally, Lisa Holland of the Roswell Police Department told Us Weekly, "We don't leave any stone unturned. So the police took a search warrant on the home. Before the warrant, initially when the police went into the home there were nothing there that indicated that anything out of the ordinary happened. There were no drugs out in the open."
Holland said she was unable to comment on Brown's condition due to medical privacy laws.
UPDATE, Jan. 31: Police confirmed Bobbi Kristina Brown is alive to ABC News, but more details were not available. In addition, NBC's Jeff Rossen tweeted that a family member confirmed Brown is stable:
EARLIER: As first reported by CBS 46 in Atlanta, Whitney Houston's daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, was taken to North Fulton Hospital after being found unresponsive in a bathtub on Saturday. She was reportedly found in her home in a Roswell subdivision by her husband, Nick Gordon, and a friend. The pair started CPR until officers and EMS arrived.
TMZ reports doctors were able to stabilize Brown's breathing.
The circumstances of how Houston and singer Bobby Brown's 21-year-old daughter came to be unresponsive remain under investigation.
A representative for Brown was not immediately available for comment when contacted by The Huffington Post.