Justin Bieber DUI Arrest: Police Report Reveals New Details from Drag-Racing Bust

01/23/2014 at 11:45 AM EST

Justin Bieber DUI Arrest: Police Report Reveals New Details from Drag-Racing Bust
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Justin Bieber had "bloodshot eyes" and a "stup[o]r look on his face" after he was pulled over early Thursday in a DUI bust in Miami, according to a police report obtained by PEOPLE.

Bieber, who was driving a yellow Lamborghini, was pulled over after an officer saw him allegedly drag-racing with another vehicle.

But when approached by the officer, the police report states, Bieber, 19, appeared belligerent, cursing as he reportedly resisted arrest.

"Why the f––– are you doing this?" the pop star asked, according to the report.



Police said that Bieber "had an odor of alcohol emanating from [his] breath and bloodshot eyes."

Following an on-site investigation, Bieber was taken into custody and transported to the Miami Beach police station, where he failed a DUI test.

Robert Hernandez, spokesman for the Miami Beach Police, tells PEOPLE: “In the beginning, Justin Bieber was uncooperative and continued to resist arrest. Finally, after admitting he had cannabis, alcohol and prescription drugs earlier in the evening, he gave a urine sample then was taken into custody without violence.”

Hernandez adds that the pop star is now being held at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami and "will be there until at least 12 noon."

Bieber had his bond set at $2,500 later Thursday and has hired Roy Black as his lawyer.





With reporting by LINDA MARX



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