Drugs Found On Bret Michaels’ Bus
Various sources are reporting that police in Auburn, Indiana, found marijuana and other drugs on two tour buses used by [lastfm]Bret Michaels[/lastfm]. According to the Fort Wayne News Sentinel, the bus was initially stopped for a problem with its tail lights, but police later called in a K-9 team.
Reportedly, Michaels was on one of the buses in which the substances were found. Thus far, no arrests have been made. The [lastfm]Poison[/lastfm] frontman is currently on his first tour since enduring a massive brain hemorrhage in April. The buses were headed towards Michaels’ upcoming gigs in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, and Sturgis, South Dakota.
Having made a fairly quick recovery, Michaels is currently out on the road supporting his new release Custom Built, which hit stores on July 6. The album debuted at number one on Billboard‘s Independent Albums chart and number four on the Rock Albums chart.
The album’s first single, “Nothing to Lose,” hit airwaves in March and features pop starlet [lastfm]Miley Cyrus.[/lastfm]