Justin Beiber was spotted riding in his rented Lamborghini with a model  identified as Chantel. (Photo: Instagram)

Justin Beiber was spotted riding in his rented Lamborghini with a model identified as Chantel on the night of his arrest. (Photo: Instagram)

Justin Bieber’s arrest early this morning (Jan. 23) for alleged drunk driving and other charges are detailed in a police report of the incident, which serves as the initial charging document. The full text is below.

Bieber, 19, was stopped around 4:30 am. this morning driving a yellow Lamborghini sports car.

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Rapper and R&B singer Khalil Sharieff was stopped in the second car and also charged with DUI.

According to police, Bieber was uncooperative, dropping f-bombs an ultimatedly charged with resisting address.

The following is the full text of the narrative portion of the police report, in which officers describe how the bust went down. Some spelling corrections have been made, otherwise, it is verbatim.

Ofc Cosner #526 was traveling southbound on Pine Tree Drive and observed two Lamborghinis (one yellow and one red) northbound in the 2600 block of Pine Tree Drive. Ofc. Cosner states that he observed two black SUV’s behind both vehicles as if to stop traffic going northbound. This facilitated an open road for the two Lamborghinis to race. Ofc. Cosner then made a u-turn and began traveling northbound to catch up to the vehicles. Ofc. Cosner observed that both vehicles attained an approximate speed of about 55-60 MPH. The speed limit in this residential area is 30 mph.

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Ofc. Cosner via his radio advised other units of the speeding vehicles. I was at 41st and Pinetree when the radio transmission was made. I observed both vehicles approaching 41st Street. Ofc Cosner initiated a traffic stop on the red Ferrari at 41st and Pintree Dr. The yellow Lamborghini made a right turn onto 41st and continued east bound. I caught up to the yellow Lamborghini and initiated a traffic stop at the 300 blk of 41st. I approached the vehicle on the driver side. I asked the driver to place the vehicle in park. At this time, the driver began to state “Why did you stop me?”

I explained to the driver that he was stopped because he was drag racing with the other Lamborghini. I immediately smelled and odor of alcohol emanating from the driver’s breath and bloodshot eyes. The driver had slow, deliberate movements and a stupor look on his face. These are all indicators of a possible impaired driver. I asked the driver to exit the vehicle to continue my investigation of a possible impaired driver. The driver stated: “Why the fuck are you doing this?”

Finally, the driver exited the vehicle. As he kept going into his pants pockets, I asked the driver to not go into his pockets for my safety and fearing that the driver might have a weapon or contraband, I asked the driver to place his hands on the vehicle in order to facilitate a cursory patdown for weapons. The driver stated: What the fuck did I do, Why did you stop me?”

Again I asked the driver to place his hands on his vehicle. The driver complied but took his hands off the vehicle soon after and turned around to face me again. I asked the driver to not take his hands off his car and to look forward because I was going to perform a cursory patdown. The driver began to resist me by pulling his right arm away as he stated: “What the fuck are you doing?”

I advised the driver not to resist and with the assistance of Ofc Molina, we place him into custody with no further incident. The def was transported to the Miami Beach Police Department by Officer Dionne. While en route to the station, the def inquired as to why he’d been arrested. Officer Dionne advised him that he believed he was impaired. Def advised the he was not drunk and the he was coming back from recording music at a studio.

Once at the MPBD holding facility, officer Dionne observed Def to have a flushed face, bloodshot eyes and the odor of an alc. bev on his breath. Def was offered SFSTs [Standardized Field Sobriety Test] on a flat, dry smooth and well lit surface. Def did not perform to standards. Def Later agreed to a breath test as well as a drug evaluation. It was learned that def had an expired Georgia driver’s license. Charge Added.