Search Warrant Looking for evidence of Drug Addiction in Michael Jackson Case
Search warrants filed Thursday in court in Clark County, Nevada, and carried out at properties of Michael Jackson‘s doctor imply that investigators looking into his death believe the singer was a drug addict.
The warrants, signed by District Judge Timothy Williams and given to CNN by Las Vegas affiliate KTNV, say "there is probable cause to believe" that searches would uncover evidence at the Las Vegas home and office of Dr. Conrad Murray of excessive prescribing, prescribing to an addict, excess treatment or prescribing, unprofessional conduct, prescribing to or treating an addict and manslaughter.
They cite "probable cause to believe" that the premises contained "records, shipping orders, distribution lists, use records relating to the purchase, transfer ordering, delivery and storage of propofol (Diprivan)."
A source told CNN on Monday that the Texas-based cardiologist allegedly gave Jackson the anesthetic propofol — commonly known by the brand name Diprivan — in the 24 hours before he died.