LOS ANGELES (AP) — A sheriff’s investigator says detectives were looking for surveillance footage when they searched Justin Bieber’s home for evidence of an egg-tossing vandalism case involving the pop star.
Lt. David Thompson says detectives were not necessarily searching for eggs but were looking for other evidence that might serve as the basis for a felony vandalism case.
Thompson says one man in Bieber’s entourage was arrested on suspicion of cocaine possession. Thompson had no details on who the man was, but said the drug was in plain sight inside Bieber’s home.
The pop star wasn’t arrested but remains under investigation. Thompson says the 19-year-old was cooperative during Tuesday morning’s search.