Police find drug residue, guns on ‘2 Chainz’ bus

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2 Chainz released from Oklahoma County Jail in 2013 after being arrested for obstructing a public officer

OKLAHOMA CITY- After a well-known rapper’s tour bus was stopped for a traffic violation, police are now releasing more information about what they found inside the vehicle.

Following a concert, officers stopped the tour bus carrying ‘2 Chainz’ and 10 others.

Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow, with the Oklahoma City Police Department, said, “When officers approached that tour bus, they noticed there was evidence of drug usage.”

Police eventually towed the bus to the police training center with everyone still locked inside.

In all, 11 people were arrested for obstructing a public officer.

Click here for more information on the arrests.

On Tuesday, authorities released the return and inventory analysis of the bus.

In the affidavit, officers said they discovered marijuana residue, scales, Hydrocodone, Flexeril, scales, a 12-gauge shotgun, ammunition, S&W semi-automatic pistol and rolling papers.

So far, charges are pending.

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