Talk about in and out.
But he wasn't there for long.
According to the booking report obtained from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, the singer arrived at 2:40 p.m. and was released less than an hour later.
No bail was set and he was released on his own recognizance.
Last month, Brown's attorney, Mark Geragos, entered a plea of not guilty on the Grammy winner's behalf to a charge of hit-and-run.
The misdemeanor stems from a May 21 incident in which Brown was accused of hitting a California woman's car and allegedly refusing to give his driver's license number and then leaving the scene.
A judge stipulated that because Brown wasn't arrested, he must turn himself in and provide proof of booking to the court by no later than Aug. 6. Which, of course, now he has done. One day ahead of schedule.
Meanwhile, a trial in the hit-and-run matter was scheduled for Aug. 15.