Marijuana found in one of Justin Beiber’s tour buses
Prior to Canadian teen singer Justin Bieber’s performance at the Joe Louis Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on Friday, June 28, police authorities confiscated a sufficient amount of marijuana for personal use from one of his tour buses.
According to an e-mail sent by U.S. Customs and Border Protection chief public liaisons officer Kenneth Hammond to reporters on Monday, July 29, they were alerted by a report that Bieber’s bus was attempting to go into Canada through the Ambassador Bridge. The authorities’ raided Bieber’s bus, after trained dogs alerted them to the possible presence of marijuana. A small amount of marijuana intended for personal consumption and drug paraphernalia was found.
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