Snoop’s Bus Dogged

Texas police pulled over a tour bus carrying Snoop Dogg and his entourage July 31 reportedly for a traffic violation and arrested two men on suspicion of pot possession.

Texas Department of Public Safety spokesman Charlie Morgan said officers with the commercial vehicle inspection team stopped the bus on Interstate 45 in Corsicana because it had expired registration tags. Officers then searched the bus for drugs after smelling marijuana and reportedly found about two ounces of pot.

Ethan Calhoun and Kevin Barkey allegedly confessed that the pot was theirs. They were reportedly arrested and booked on charges of misdemeanor pot possession in Navarro County Jail and released on $1,500 bail each. Snoop Dogg was not arrested.

Attorney Chris Lewis told that the charges against Calhoun and Barkey should come to a "favorable resolution."

"The tour bus was stopped for what was thought to be expired tags. Upon further investigation, it was determined the bus was current on its registration and was eventually allowed to continue to Snoop Dogg’s show in Dallas," Lewis said.

The rapper completed a co-headlining trek with 311 as part of the "Unity Tour" August 3.