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Justin Bieber served with search warrant over egg-throwing vandalism

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Justin Bieber, the pop singer who has had a penchant for negative headlines in the recent past, is in the headlines once again as 11 manned-patrol cars went to his mansion on Tuesday morning with a search warrant and a battering-ram, according to the New York Daily News on Tuesday. The law enforcement officials were at the Justin Bieber mansion in Southern California for a felony vandalism investigation.

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The investigation involves an incident in which Bieber is accused of throwing raw eggs at his neighbor’s home. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is looking for evidence in Bieber’s mansion for evidence of what could turn out to be a felony charge against the entertainer.

The neighbor claims he saw the singer from his second floor balcony and video recorded some of his conversation with Bieber. The neighbor notified police and said Bieber threw at least 20 eggs at his home which caused about $20,000 worth of damage to his Venetian plaster and stained the wood exterior of the residence.

Steve Whitemore of the Sheriff’s Department reportedly confirmed that they have served a search warrant at Bieber’s residence as part of a felony vandalism investigation – and Bieber was at home at the time the warrant was enacted at the residence.

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