- NEW: Bieber was cooperative, but didn't discuss incident, sheriff's office says
- The search stems from allegations of an egg attack on house of singer's neighbor
- Detectives estimate egg damage to neighbor's home about $20,000
- Deputies have investigated previous Bieber run-ins with neighbors, but no charges filed
Los Angeles (CNN) -- Justin Bieber got some unexpected visitors Tuesday morning: sheriff's deputies with a warrant to search his home.
Investigators with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department were looking for video from Bieber's security cameras that might show what happened Thursday night when eggs were thrown at a neighbor's home, according to a sheriff's statement.
A judge gave deputies a felony search warrant, which they carried out Tuesday morning, the sheriff's statement said.
Justin Bieber is making the transition from tween sensation to adult icon, which is sometimes easier said than done. Although the teen star always preaches positivity, even he's acknowledged that 2013 has been a particularly rough ride.
On New Year's Day, a photographer was killed crossing the street after taking pictures of Bieber's Ferrari. Bieber, who wasn't present at the scene, said in a statement: "While I was not present nor directly involved with this tragic accident, my thoughts and prayers are with the family of the victim."