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Authorities supposedly had their pick of the poison when they searched Bret Michaels' tour bus last night.

Indiana sheriff's deputies discovered marijuana on Michaels' bus after drug dogs caught a whiff of something illegal during a routine traffic stop in Dekalb County, according to the report from an officer at the scene.

The deputies say that they found weed on both buses in Michaels' caravan, as well as "a quantity of Schedule II controlled substances"—which could be anything from cocaine to methamphetamine to the painkiller oxycodone—on the bus he was not riding in.

"Two of Bret's tour buses were pulled over late last night," his rep confirmed Thursday to E! News. "Officers on the scene claimed there were no trailer tag lights. No arrests were made. Mr. Michaels allowed an open search of the buses and everything was handled in a professional manner."

Maybe a little good attitude goes a long way.

Citations were issued, meanwhile, and the charges will be forwarded to the Dekalb County Prosecutor's Office for review.

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If only the photos in our Bret Michaels' Big Moments gallery could talk.

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