DEA agents, Los Angeles police, and Las Vegas police entered the home of Michael Jackson’s personal physician Dr. Conrad Murray on Tuesday, according to FoxNews.com. According to People, the officials executed a search warrant on Murray’s Las Vegas home and office, searching for the doctor’s medical records and other information to help in the investigation of the pop singer’s death last month. On Monday, CNN and the Associated Press reported that investigators believe Murray was the person who injected Jackson with Propofol, a powerful anesthetic, the night before Jackson died. Authorities have already interviewed Murray on two occasions and raided his Houston clinic on July 22.
EW.com Update: People is now reporting that DEA agents –along with LAPD detectives– have seized cell phones and a computer hard drive from Murray’s house. The doctor was reportedly home at the time the initial warrant was executed and that he helped investigators in their search of the premises.