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Justin Bieber's house searched for proof of vandalism

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Justin Bieber's house was searched by Los Angeles this morning in Los Angeles according to CNN on January 14. The police had a felony search warrant to search his house.

Bieber allegedly egged his neighbor's house last Thursday. Due to that incident, police were wanting to view Justin's security cameras. According to Los Angeles County Sheriff's Lt. Dave Thompson, Bieber was cooperative. However, he did not answer questions about the alledged vandalism to his neighbor's house.

During the search, police found cocaine and arrested one of Justin's house guests. No name has been made available yet due to the suspect allegedly giving a fake name.

The damage Bieber caused to his neighbor's house is estimated to be about $20,000. The damage to the house included the Venetian plaster, which is about $15,000 worth of damage, and the damage to the front entry doors cost $5,000 because they have to be restained.

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