Three Search Warrants Issued in Michael Investigation

July 6, 2009 By:
Three Search Warrants Issued in Michael Investigation

The LAPD has just issued three search warrants in order to determine whether or not prescription medication played a role in the death of Michael Jackson.

According to the LA Times, the warrants were issued in order for detectives of the robbery-homicide division to take a look at Jackson’s medical history.

A Superior Court spokesman confirmed that Judge Charlaine Olmedo signed off on three searches, saying, "Everything about them is sealed, but they do exist.”

Police seized prescription drugs from Jackson's rented Holmby Hills home June 25th, the day he died, and returned four days later and retrieved two bags of medical evidence.

Sources say "numerous bottles" of the powerful sedative Diprivan were found at Jackson's home. The source said some of the bottles were full and others were empty. None had prescription labels, and investigators are trying to determine how Jackson got the drugs.

It’s looking more and more like drugs played a part in the death of Michael Jackson. The toxicology report won’t be available for a few more weeks, but Jackson’s doctors must be a little nervous about the results. There is a chance one of them could be charged with giving him unauthorized medication. Look what happened in the case of Anna Nicole! That’s still not over!