A few months have passed but many questions still circulate on the case of “egg attack” the neighbor of Justin Bieber. Months ago, police officers went to the singer’s former mansion in Calabasas, California to get the images from the video cameras circuit and seize evidence in the case. The Police Department of Los Angeles did not disclose more details about the case but the “site TMZ ” did a story saying that the Department is in a deadlock over the indictment of Justin.
The LA County District Attorney wants to make sure that Justin Bieber will be treated as Joe Schmoe when accuse him of throwing eggs at the home of his neighbor … and that’s why the case was not filed.
Police sources involved in the case told TMZ … prosecutors are still considering two factors in the decision to charge Bieber with a misdemeanor or a felony. Firstly, the DA is digging deep on the exact amount of damage that eggs cost the owner.
As we first reported … the owner estimates presented to the Sheriff’s Department County of Los Angeles putting the total at around $ 20billion.
The DA is also looking at similar cases, cases that they and other law enforcement agencies have sued to determine whether a misdemeanor or a felony is the most appropriate. They do not want it to look like a “justice for celebrity” . The complicating factor – they have accused Lil Za with felony vandalism for breaking a phone from prison in the amount of $400.
TMZ say the amount of damage is not the only factor. The greatness of the act is also a big factor.
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After a few days of research, it seems that the LA County Sheriff’s Department , which is investigating the case of charges against Justin Bieber by a attack of eggs‘, found no evidence to incriminate the singer. TMZ would have talked to police sources involved in the investigation and reported that there is not yet enough evidence to convict the singer.
The LA County Sheriff’s Department found no evidence that he attacked a neighbor’s house when agents raided the mansion of Justin …Sources close to Bieber told TMZ.
TMZ broke the story … Sheriff’s deputies were searching for images of surveillance cameras that could incriminate Bieber. They were also looking to see if Justin boasted of the attack eggs with text messages after the incident. Continue reading
An agent with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department is denying that any drugss were found throughout raid on Justin Bieber‘s home in Calabasas a week ago.
During the initial search when his friend Lil Za was arrested, the 19-year-old singer was ‘detained in his garage’ while officers searched for a video that might shed some light on the earlier incident, according to TMZ.
But he has not been charged in connection with the raid on his house. According to reports, Bieber allegedly caused more than $20,000 in damage during the vicious egg attack two weeks ago. Continue reading
A dozen police cars followed by Sheriff Los Angeles County went to the mansion where the singer resides Justin Bieber in Calabasas, California. The reason for the way the police to the scene was due to the termination of a Canadian neighbor, who accused it of causing damage to your property to throw eggs at the site.
The case soon became staff in various media outlets and new controversy involving the star spread through social networks. The police entered the home of the singer with a specific warrant, for evidence that would support such a charge.
Sources say that the police will look for anything that is relevant to the incident of eggs, including eggs in the house and other videos. Sheriff’s deputies believe that surveillance cameras may have captured the moment when Justin allegedly threw eggs. Continue reading