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By John Miller 26 Apr, 2017

It seems like forever ago but back in 2014, the "Where R U Now" singer was arrested for drunken driving, resisting arrest and driving without a license in Miami Beach. "What the f*ck did I do? Why did you stop me?" he asked the police officer who pulled him over after 4 a.m., per the arrest report reported CNN .

Bieber failed a sobriety test and was booked into a Miami jail. He reportedly "made some statements that he had consumed some alcohol, and that he had been smoking marijuana and consumed some prescription medication," a Miami Beach Sargeant said.

Since then, Bieber has been on a mission to change his bad boy ways. Later that year, he found religion and was   baptized   by famed Pastor Carl Lentz in the   bathtub   of NBA player Tyson Chandler.

By John Miller 11 Dec, 2016

BELGRADE, Mont. (AP) — A Montana man who killed his passenger in a drunken crash more than 15 years ago has been sent back to prison after being convicted of driving drunk again.

The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports ( ) 51-year-old Bryan Lane Prather was sentenced Monday to five years in prison with his suspended sentence on a felony negligent homicide conviction revoked.

Prather crashed his truck into a semi-trailer in 2001, killing 32-year-old Joe Riggs. He pleaded guilty to negligent homicide and had been sentenced to 20 years in prison with five of the years suspended.

He had been in prison for four years before being paroled, and then was sent back for a drunken driving charge in 2007.

He was paroled again in 2011 and received his latest drunken driving charge in February.


Information from: Bozeman Daily Chronicle,

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