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Justin Bieber Accepts Plea Bargain for January Vandalism Case

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Justin Bieber(VVNG.com)- Singer Justin Bieber, was charged on Wednesday, July 9th with one count of Misdemeanor vandalism for allegedly throwing eggs at the home of Calabasas neighbor, Jeffery Schwartz’s on January 9th. The vandalism, which was recorded and appeared on TMZ, was said to have caused a reported $20,000 in damage to the property.

20-year-old Bieber was not present for his 1:30 p.m. arraignment at the Los Angeles Superior Court in Van Nuys. Bieber sent his attorney, Shawn Holley to plead no contest on his behalf and to accept the plea bargain, which would keep Bieber out of jail. Holley is a well-known attorney who also was an attorney who represented Lindsay Lohan in her high-profile cases.

The case that was investigated by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and was heard by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Leland Harris. Under the terms of the negotiated settlement, Bieber has been ordered to complete 5 days of community services, attend a 12-week anger management program, pay $80,900 in restitution, $350 in fines, and to stay at least 100 yards from both Schwartz and his family. He will also be put on a two-year formal probation.

Per California Penal Code 594-625C Bieber could have faced felony charges punishable with up to a year in county jail. It is unclear why the charges were reduced to Misdemeanor charges. The code also states that damages of over $10,000 are to be fined not more than $50,000. Bieber accepted the $350 fines and $80,900 restitution to avoid a trial that may have resulted in possible jail time.

Bieber has since moved from the gated, 6 bedroom 9,214 square foot Calabasas home after selling it to Khloe Kardashian for a reported $7.2 million. Bieber is now still facing other criminal charges in both the United States and in Canada.

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Motorcyclist airlifted after crash on Pawnee Rd and Highway 18 in Apple Valley

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A motorcyclist was critically injured in a Tuesday night crash on Highway 18. (Hugo C. Mary's Valdez, VVNG.com)
A motorcyclist was critically injured in a Tuesday night crash on Highway 18. (Hugo C. Mary's Valdez, VVNG.com)

APPLE VALLEY, Calif. (VVNG.com) — A motorcycle rider was airlifted following a crash Tuesday in Apple Valley.

It happened at the intersection of Pawnee Road and Highway 18 at 7:35 p.m. and involved a minivan and black 2006 Harley Davidson motorcycle.

When firefighters from the Apple Valley Fire Protection District arrived on scene they requested one airship to land at St. Mary’s Medical Center for the motorcycle rider, who sustained major injuries. Witnesses reported the rider suffered a serious leg injury.

The rider was subsequently airlifted to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, and a second ground ambulance was requested to the scene.

Westbound lanes of Highway 18 at Pawnee Ridge were shut down as authorities investigated the crash. Additional information will be updated as it becomes available.

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Downed Power Lines Blocking Arrowhead Lake Rd in Hesperia

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HESPERIA, Calif. (VVNG.com) — Downed power lines are blocking a stretch of busy Arrowhead Lake Road near Randall Road in Hesperia.

At about 5:22 PM on August 11th San Bernardino County Fire responded to the scene and located the snapped utility pole with low hanging high-tension wires across the roadway. Firefighters requested law enforcement to expedite to the scene and shut down the roadway

Southern California Edison will respond to complete the repairs and at this time it’s unknown how long the roadway will remain closed for. According to CHP incident logs, officials are providing traffic control.

Additional information will be updated as it becomes available.

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Rollover crash in Hesperia shuts down 15 freeway Tuesday, 2 airlifted

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HESPERIA, Calif.(VVNG.com) — Traffic along the northbound I-15 freeway remains jammed after it was briefly shutdown to land two helicopters Tuesday.

It was reported at 11:53 a.m. on August 11, 2020, about a mile before Main Street in Hesperia.

For reasons still unknown, the four-door sedan rolled over and landed on it’s roof in a drainage ditch along the right shoulder of the freeway.

San Bernardino County Fire responded to the incident and located two people with critical injuries inside the tan colored vehicle.

Firefighters requested that the California Highway Patrol shut down traffic in order to allow the two helicopters to land on the freeway.

A Mercy Air helicopter landed first followed by a Reach helicopter and both occupants were airlifted to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center.

The Victorville CHP is handling the investigation and anyone with information is asked to call 760-241-1186.

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