UPDATED 3:52 PM -- Pop star Justin Bieber has left a Florida jail following his arrest earlier in the day in Miami Beach, on charges including driving under the influence and resisting arrest.
Bieber was arrested after police said they saw him speeding down a residential street in Miami Beach in a yellow Lamborghini. Officers say he had an expired license, was initially not cooperative when he was pulled over, and smelled of alcohol.
He was charged with DUI, driving with an expired license, and resisting arrest, and was released on $2,500 bond.
Another R&B singer, Khalil, also was arrested. Police said Khalil was driving a Ferrari.
UPDATED 8:16 AM -- Police have identified the person who was arrested with pop singer Justin Bieber for alleged drag-racing on a Miami Beach street as an R&B singer known as Khalil.
Police confirmed the arrest in a tweet from the department's official account Thursday morning.
According to police, Bieber was driving a Lamborghini and Khalil was driving a Ferrari.
Police say the pair will be taken for a first appearance at a Miami-Dade County jail.
Sgt. Bobby Hernandez says Bieber failed a field sobriety test. Bieber and Khalil both face drag-racing and driving under the influence charges.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- Police say pop singer Justin Bieber has been arrested after drag racing on a Miami Beach street in a yellow Lamborghini and failing a sobriety test.
Miami Dade-Police spokesman Sgt. Bobby Hernandez tells WSVN in South Florida that officers saw two cars racing at 4:09 a.m. Thursday.
Hernandez says two vehicles apparently had been used to block off an area to race. He says the second car was a red Ferrari, and that driver was also arrested. Both cars were towed.
Hernandez says 19-year-old Bieber failed a field sobriety test and was taken to the Miami Beach police station for a Breathalyzer and processing. Hernandez says Bieber will be transported soon to the Miami-Dade County jail.
Recently in California, detectives searched Bieber's home for evidence he might have been involved in egg-tossing vandalism at a neighbor's home.
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