A recently released search warrant filed by the Bloomington Police Department has detailed the area in which Scott Weiland was found dead last week. In addition to two baggies of a substance that tested positive for cocaine, authorities found a number of medications, including the sedative Lunesta, anti-anxiety drug Klonopin, Viagra, sedative Dalmane, narcotic Buprenex and the antipsychotic Geodon. Elsewhere on the tour bus, police confiscated other suspicious items, including a clear baggie containing a “green leafy substance” in the cabin.
According to an affidavit, Weiland’s wife had alerted a friend that she had not been able to reach her husband. The friend checked on the singer in the bus bedroom and found him unresponsive, and so she called 911. Bloomington Officer George Harms was assigned to the “follow-up investigation of a possible overdose” that occurred in a hotel parking lot at around 8:21 p.m. local time last Thursday, and he found Weiland’s body in the bus’ bedroom.