Police find cocaine on Scott Weiland’s tour bus

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BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Police in Minnesota said they found cocaine in the bedroom of the tour bus where former Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland was found dead.

Police said they found "a small quantity" of cocaine during a search of the bus Friday following Weiland's death, the Associated Press reported.

The singer's manager Tom Vitorino confirmed his dead early Friday morning. According to his Facebook page, Weiland died in his sleep while on a tour stop in Bloomington, Minnesota.  He was 48.

Investigators said they also found a small amount of cocaine elsewhere in the bus and arrested a California man who was traveling with Weiland. The man hasn't been charged.

Police released no additional information on Weiland's cause of death, saying it would be released by the local coroner, according to the AP.

Weiland was on tour with his new band "Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts when he died. The band was scheduled to play at a concert venue in Medina, Minnesota, before he died, according to venue's website. The event has been cancelled.

The 48-year-old singer was known for his hits "Interstate Love Songs" and "Plush."

Weiland battled with substance abuse issues throughout his career.