- The Washington Times - Monday, January 20, 2014

Police raided pop star Justin Bieber’s home in Los Angeles last week and stumbled upon a large stash of marijuana and empty codeine bottles.

Authorities didn’t seize any of the drugs or paraphernalia, as they were searching specifically for any evidence that could link him to a recent egg assault on a neighbor’s home, TMZ reported.

Sources familiar with the situation told the website that L.A. County Sheriff’s deputies found two large cookie jars filled with marijuana, four to five empty codeine bottles, and three bongs.

Sources said Mr. Bieber’s drink of choice is sizzurp, or lean, made by mixing codeine with various carbonated beverages. Empty Fanta bottles were reportedly strewn throughout the house, discolored from the codeine, TMZ said.

The 19-year-old performer was served with a felony search warrant on Tuesday for evidence in connection with an egging incident that took place in the singer’s Calabasas neighborhood. TMZ posted a video that purportedly shows the assault.

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