Cops on scene at Justin Bieber’s Calabasas house over egg attack
The LA County Sheriff’s Department carried out a search Tuesday at Justin Bieber’s mansion in a vandalism probe. The felony search warrant served on Justin’s home from allegations of an egg attack on a neighbor’s house last week, a sheriff’s department spokesman said.
Eleven L.A. County Sheriff’s patrol cars parked in front of Justin’s home
A sheriff’s department statement said Tuesday:
The purpose of the search warrant is to seek video surveillance or other possible evidence in the vandalism that occurred on January 9, 2014.
Investigators called a news conference Tuesday to discuss the search.
LA County Sheriff’s Sgt. Don Prince told CNN on Monday:
A neighbor accused him of throwing eggs at the house, and we are investigating.
OmG.. lets pray Justin’s stay out of trouble!
UPDATE: Cops found Cocain, Lil Za arrested.
According to TMZ, Cops were NOT looking for eggs in Justin’s house, but another law enforcement source said cops were searching for anything that was relevant to the egg incident, including eggs and possibly video.
Sheriff’s deputies have looked at TMZ’s video of the incident and believe Justin has surveillance video that might have captured the egging. Deputies dismantled Justin’s security system and took it during the search.