BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (KABC) -- A death investigation was underway for former Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland, resulting in his bandmate's arrest for cocaine possession.
Bloomington police confirmed Friday that a search warrant was issued for the bus where Weiland was pronounced deceased in Minnesota Thursday night.
Detectives collected several items of evidence from inside the bedroom where the singer was found, including a small quantity of suspected controlled substance that field tested positive for cocaine.
Similar evidence was collected from the area where traveling member Thomas Delton Black was in, resulting in the 47-year-old's arrest.
Black was taken into custody in Studio City, California on Friday for possession and was being held pending charges.
No additional information related to the cause of Weilands death was released as the investigation remained ongoing.
Scott Weiland's bandmate arrested after cocaine found in tour bus