Officers attempted to make contact with Brown but were unsuccessful, Latta said.
Christian Lata, the Hollywood Police public information officer, said Holt was arraigned on Tuesday at Broward County Jail.
Police didn't immediately identify the alleged victim or what prompted the confrontation.
Brown is also a suspect in the case, but thus far, police haven't gotten any cooperation from him.
Police arrested Holt and charged with "burglary with batter". Brown is a suspect, but is not now facing charges, ESPN's Cameron Wolfe reports.
Brown, who was one of the NFL's top wide receivers with the Pittsburgh Steelers was traded last offseason to the Oakland Raiders.
A live-stream of a WPLG camera showed police cars and a large 18-wheel truck lined up outside of what WJAC reports is Brown's home.
Brown was seen last week on his own Instagram Live shouting at police and the mother of some of his children in an apparent dispute over his auto keys.
Last week, Brown's former agent Drew Rosenhaus announced he had "conditionally" terminated his relationship with Brown until the wide receiver sought professional help.
The wideout's stint in the Bay Area came to an end thanks to a rapidly escalating temper tantrum over a helmet that led to him being released, and while he managed to find a new home with the Patriots, he only played a single game for New England before he was cut yet again after multiple women accused him of sexual misconduct.
Brown - who is still the subject of an National Football League investigation, due to those rape and sexual assault allegations - has burned all of his second chances at this point.