Narcotics unit obtained warrant to raid the 'Baby' singer's tour bus after an officer smelled the scent of marijuana coming from the bus.
Swedish police found small amount of drugs and a stunt gun during a search on Justin Bieber's tour bus on Wednesday night, April 24. According to Swedish media Aftonbladet, an officer, who was controlling the crowd in front of Grand Hotel where Bieber stayed, smelled the scent of marijuana as the bus' door was slammed close. The bus which was heading to the concert venue reportedly had about 10 people on board, including Bieber.
Later, the police contacted Narcotics unit and obtained a search warrant. They raided the bus when it was parked in a parking garage of the Globe Arena where Bieber was set to perform. The police found a small amount of alleged narcotics and a stunt gun, but they had no idea about who possessed the drugs.
According to Us Weekly, Stockholm police spokesperson Lars Bystrom said, "Because at the time of the raid the bus was empty, no suspects have been linked to the findings. We do not have any concrete suspicions against any specific individual." TMZ reported the drugs were found on the bus' floor.
According to a source, Bieber's crew went "panic" when the police came. The source told Aftonbladet, "A couple of dancers started running around screaming 'No weed!' and another member of Bieber's crew yelled 'S**t, the stash!' "
Representative for Bieber has not commented on the police's alleged finding. However, Bieber took to Twitter on Thursday, April 25 to address rumors swirling about him. "Some of the rumors about me... where do people even get this stuff. Whatever... back to the music," he wrote. In addition, a source said, "The story isn't accurate. The cops did inspect but found nothing and left. No violations. Nothing."