Credit: Jason Kempin/Getty Images Photo: Justin Bieber at the Premiere of Believe in Los Angeles, California on December 18, 2013

The jig is (almost) up, Justin Bieber. The findings of Justin’s egg raid last month have officially been turned over to the district attorney, and while we don’t know what they found yet, we do know the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department wants Justin to be punished to the fullest extent of the law.

In case you’re getting confused with Justin’s many legal battles that are currently going on — and that’s totally understandable, because there are a ton — this time, we’re referring to the incident where Justin caused $20,000 in damage when he egged a neighbor’s house. After police raided his Calabasas home to find evidence that would pin Justin to the egging, his pal Lil Za was arrested for felony drug possession.

“We dropped the case off to the D.A. today,” Sheriff’s Lt. Dave Thompson said Thursday when he talked to E! News. “We did a search warrant and put a lot of work into it. Of course, it’s up to them. I want a felony filing. The kid needs to realize he can’t do this.”

From your mouth to the D.A.’s ears, Lt. Dave. Justin has to realize he can’t (or shouldn’t) do a lot of things — including but not limited to driving under the influence and peeing in the snow in other people’s yards.

“Certainly we don’t want [the D.A.] to reject it,” Dave said. “We believe with the dollar amount and the evidence it deserves a felony filing.”

So the police definitely found something incriminating in Justin’s house, but what? Here’s hoping the details are released soon!

Source: E! Online