Pot Found On Bret Michaels’ Tour Buses

Two tour buses transporting Bret Michaels & Company were pulled over for an alleged routine traffic violation in Indiana Wednesday evening, resulting in sheriff’s deputies discovering that ol’ demon weed known as marijuana onboard along with unidentified controlled substances.

A DeKalb County Sheriff’s deputy reportedly stopped the buses on Interstate 69 for a “lighting violation” on one of the vehicles just after 11:30 p.m. Wednesday night, according to the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel.

Law enforcement officers discovered marijuana on one bus after searching it with a police dog. A sheriff’s deputy walked the dog through the second bus, finding more pot, as well as “unidentified controlled substances,” according to the newspaper.

So far, media reports aren’t identifying what else was found on the bus Michaels was not traveling on. E! Online quotes deputies saying “a quantity of Scheduled II controlled substances” were found on the second bus “which could be anything from cocaine to methamphetamine to the painkiller oxycodone.”

No arrests were made, but charges were forwarded to the Dekalb County Prosecutor’s Office, reports the News-Sentinel. Meanwhile, E! Online quotes a Michaels representative confirming the stop and that “everything was handled in a professional matter.”

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Click here to read the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel article and here for the E! Online post.