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Justin Bieber Didn't Give Police Password For His Cell Phone
Posted by Joseph Lee on 01.22.2014

TMZ reports that Justin Bieber did not give police the password to his cell phone when Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies raided his house and now they may need another search warrant. A member of the Sheriff's department asked Bieber if they could look at the texts to see if he bragged about the egging of his neighbor's house, but Bieber refused.

It's been a week since the search and the police have not managed to get into the phone or figure out the password. They have no interest in looking at Bieber's unrelated photos or texts. They have a machine that can isolate the time frame that the incident took place so the only texts that show up are from that time.

Police now believe they may have to get a search warrant from Bieber's phone carrier to get the texts.


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