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Tour bus connected to Justin Bieber busted for drugs at U.S. border

[quote]A bus connected to Bieber was stopped at the border en route to Detroit Sunday afternoon for marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Mon Jul 29 2013 A bus associated with Justin Bieber’s tour was stopped at the border en route to Michigan Sunday afternoon for marijuana and drug paraphernalia, U.S. Customs and Border Protection confirmed. Fresh off two sold-out concerts at the Air Canada Centre last week, Bieber’s crew was headed to Detroit for a show when they were stopped at the Ambassador Bridge between Windsor and the Motor City. “During the secondary inspection, a K-9 alerted to the presence of drugs and a subsequent search of the bus revealed marijuana and drug paraphernalia,” said Ken Hammond, U.S. CBP spokesman. He said Bieber was not on the bus at the time. Officers seized the items and “issued a penalty” to the driver, who was then released without incident. Another tour bus connected to Bieber was the subject of a search earlier this year. In April, Stockholm police found drugs and a stun gun during a tour stop. Police searched the vehicle when they could smell marijuana wafting from the bus, Lars Bystrom, spokesman for Stockholm Police told the Guardian at the time. This is the second time a tour bus associated with a pop star has been busted at the Ambassador Bridge this year. In March, one of Rihanna’s crew members was found with marijuana on him while crossing to the States on one of her 10 charter buses.


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