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SANDY SPRINGS, Georgia (AP) -- Police near Atlanta say they've decided not to charge a driver for Justin Bieber with any crimes after a photographer said his camera was stolen during a confrontation with the singer's entourage.

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Sandy Springs police said Wednesday morning in a statement that detectives won't charge 49-year-old Terrance Johnson. They say he was driving one of three Cadillac Escalades that brought the pop star and his associates to the Sandy Springs Funhouse family entertainment complex Tuesday.

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A bodyguard for Bieber faces a court date on a felony charge of entering the photographer's automobile. Fulton County sheriff's spokeswoman Tracy Flanagan says 32-year-old Hugo Hesny of Davie, Fla., is scheduled to make his first appearance at 11 a.m. Thursday in Atlanta.

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Police on Tuesday said they had taken Hesny and Johnson into custody on felony theft charges.