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Bieber’s buddy has Onslow County arrest record

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The Onslow County Sheriff’s Office released a statement late Friday confirming the female who was with Justin Bieber when he was arrested has connections to Onslow County.

Bieber was charged with DUI, driving with an expired license and resisting arrest without violence yesterday in Miami.

Chantel Jeffries was allegedly with Justin Beiber at the time of his arrest. Deputies tell 9 On Your Side Jefferies has previously been arrested in Onslow County.

Here is the statement from the sheriff’s office:

The female who was with Justin Bieber when he was arrested has been identified as Chantel Jeffries.  She has previously been arrested in Onslow County, February 2, 2011, during an altercation with several other females, by Onslow County Sheriff’s Office,  Detective T. Vincent who investigated the incident.

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