Drugs reportedly found on Bret Michaels’ tour buses

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Marijuana and unidentified controlled substances were found on two of Bret Michaels’ tour buses by police Wednesday night in Indiana, the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel reports.

The buses were pulled over near Ashley, Ind., for a problem with lights on one of the buses, police said. A K-9 team got positive results on walk-throughs of both buses, and the drugs were found in subsequent searches. Michaels was not on the bus where police say they found controlled substances, TMZ reports.


No arrests were made, and the tour buses were allowed to proceed; charges have been forwarded to the DeKalb County Prosecutor’s Office, Chief Deputy Jay Oberholtzer told the News-Sentinel.

Michaels has gigs scheduled in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., on Thursday night and in Sioux Falls, S.D., on Friday.

-- Christie D’Zurilla

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