The raid comes a day after police raided the home of a News Corp editor, although the AFP said the raids were unrelated.
Deloitte has come under scrutiny after it audited 1MDB's 2013 and 2014 financial statements.
Three of the 15 killed were the same people seen in the undated video on social media.
Most of them were fast asleep when the immigration officers came knocking.
The CCD denied using any violence and said it treated everyone in the embassy with dignity and respect.
Cops also seized 35 life pangolins at the factory used to process the animals in Tuaran.
All in all, 314 people were interrogated and 115 of them, including 29 women, tested positive for drugs.
The drugs could have supported 300,000 'fixes', says Bukit Aman Narcotics Crimes Investigation Department deputy director Zulkifli Ali.
Deputy commissioner Azam Baki says the officers were only there to get information to assist in investigations.
However, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission says nothing was seized during the raid.
'I wish I could turn back time. The officers refused to believe that there was no hanky-panky that night. Things could have turned out differently.'
Umno executive secretary Rauf Yusoh, who is suing on behalf of the party, has named five defendants that includes the raiding officer.
Police explain reason behind raid on home of Najib Razak's mother.
The former prime minister also question's Pakatan's claim that it is a better government.
It comes on the same day 25 more criminal charges were slapped on Najib.
A total of 32 insurgents were killed and 14 others wounded in clashes and air strikes since Saturday.
The father of three was found wrapped only in a towel with the semi-naked victim.
Jawi official Akmal Nadzim Abdullah says a commotion disrupted the religious officers’ work the night of the raid.
Human rights groups have charged that the coalition's internal investigations are "laughable" and fail to hold to account commanders responsible for possible war crimes.
It is the latest in a series of actions against followers of the sect, labelled as 'deviant' by local Islamic authorities.
Five "terrorist elements" were killed after they opened fire on security forces.
The provincial governor of Nangarhar said Erhabi was the fourth Islamic State leader in Afghanistan to be killed since July 2017.
Labour activism is viewed as a challenge by the ruling Communist Party, which opposes independent unions and punishes protesters.
Amid outrage from international human rights groups and UN officials, Riyadh continued to defend the raid as a "legitimate military action" intended to hit Houthi leaders.