The story surrounding allegations that Justin Bieber may have thrown eggs at the home of a neighbor has become even more startling with news of an associated police raid on his house. Los Angeles cops raided Bieber's house over an egg attack, reported TMZ on Jan. 14, 2014. This morning eleven Los Angeles County Sheriff's patrol cars descended on Bieber's house and executed a search warrant in connection with the egg-throwing incident.
Sources have said deputies were looking for any evidence that linked Bieber to the egg attack on his neighbor's home. Unbelievably, the deputies had a felony search warrant, which means someone wants Bieber in prison. The cops say they instituted a search for anything considered relevant to the egg incident, such as other eggs in the house and a possible video.
In the course of this search with a felony warrant, apparently if anything else shows up, such as illegal drugs, the Justice Department considers that fair game. That's not necessarily what a criminal defense attorney for Bieber would have to say if this case goes to court. In fact questions must already be raised about why there were eleven patrol cars involved in this raid. Bieber was after all accused of tossing some eggs, not taking some shots with a firearm.
Fox News has confirmed Los Angeles law enforcement really executed a felony search warrant on Bieber's house early on Tuesday morning. According to a Los Angeles Sheriff Department representative the warrant was served at 8 a.m. PST. Eleven L.A. County Sheriff's patrol cars were seen entering Bieber's gated community searching for evidence linking him to an egg-throwing incident involving a neighbor.
Bieber was said to have been held in his garage as deputies executed the search warrant. There is no further news at this time where this has all lead. The excessive force used coupled with a lack of any press statements by Bieber as of this time makes this look like a witch hunt. It would therefore clearly be unfair to make any judgements about Bieber in relation to this incident until more facts about this entire affair are made clear.