Authorities returned to a Rosenberg group home on Saturday, less than a week after they removed more than two dozen residents.

State authorities said the home in the 200 block of Baker Street was operating without a license last week. Officials with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services said they removed 25 people from the home, located just off of FM 723 last week.

The residents, who ranged in age from 22 to 65 years old, were all transported to hospitals.

Six people refused to leave the property as authorities converged, TDFPS representatives said in a statement.

Adult Protective Services and Rosenberg police were on the scene along with EMS personnel. The group home was unsafe, authorities said. It is unclear why authorities returned to the residence on Saturday.

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