Both touring the country, two beloved rockers end up in handcuffs for the same reason

Left: U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Right: Musician Todd Rundgren participates in AOL's BUILD Speaker Series to discuss his new album "Global" at AOL Studios on Wednesday, May 6, 2015, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

Melissa Etheridge and Todd Rundgren were both arrested while on tour after Customs and Border Patrol agents stopped their tour buses near the U.S.-Canadian border and discovered marijuana on board.

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Etheridge’s bus was stopped in North Dakota back in August while she was returning to the United States. Agents administered a K-9 sniff test, which detected the presence of possible dugs. After searching the bus, they located marijuana oil, which Etheridge uses for pain management after her battle with cancer.

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While her medication is legal in her home state of California, it is not in North Dakota. She was arrested and booked for possession of a controlled substance, took a very happy mugshot and pleaded not guilty.

The next month, 70s rocker Todd Rundgren was also stopped at the border in North Dakota. While he passed the K-9 sniff test, Customs agents found two vape pens and containers that held liquid THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. He was charged with possession of a controlled substance paraphernalia.

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