The police logs also indicate that a laptop computer was removed from the room for examination.
The couple had contacted the Orange County Sheriff's Department on Friday with a concern, sheriff's spokesman Jim Amormino said.
"Our deputy met for an hour with both Joni and Kevin [Park]. There was no crime. It was just an information report," Amormino said, adding that a police report was written as a result of the meeting. Mission Viejo is served by the sheriff's agency, because the city does not have its own police department.
Kevin Park, 49, was a licensed real estate broker who operated his own company out of his Mission Viejo home. His wife, Joni, 48, is listed as a salesperson for the firm, Pacific Park Properties.
Kevin Park had a history of police involvement, according to court records.
In January 2004, he was arrested for assault and battery and trespassing, but the case was dismissed. In the same month, he was arrested on suspicion of DUI and reckless driving, and pleaded guilty to the reckless driving charge, court records show.
The hotel issued the following statement after the incident: "We extend our deepest sympathies to family members of the victims," said James Bermingham, general manager of the Montage Resort & Spa.
"Our highest priority is the safety and comfort of our guests and staff especially during this difficult time. We want to assure the public and community that this was an isolated situation confined to two guests who knew each other."