Coronor's Office Confiscates Evidence From Michael's Home

June 30, 2009 By:
Coronor's Office Confiscates Evidence From Michael's Home

The investigation into Michael Jackson’s death is still not over.

The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office returned to Michael’s home Monday with investigators and LAPD detectives.

There they allegedly found evidence to aid in their investigation into the cause of his death.

Lt. Fred Corral tells Us Weekly a team visited the home yesterday to "look for medications or talk to witnesses." Corral said it’s routine to follow up autopsies with on-site investigations.

He added, "It's nothing unusual. Remember, the whole purpose is to determine the cause of death."

Yesterday the coroner’s office said the alleged leaked autopsy details of Michael were false. He said, “It’s all bull.”

The toxicology report will no doubt provide some more insight into the exact cause of death, since Michael was confirmed to have been taking prescription drugs. But it’s just a waiting game at this point, since that test will take weeks to come in.