Update: Police have had Dr. Conrad Murray’s Las Vegas residence under surveillance for 48 hours and now marked police cars are now openly showing themselves in front of the residence.
Dr. Conrad Murray has been under covert 24/7 surveillance by police for two days, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
Los Angeles police and Las Vegas police have been outside Murray’s Las Vegas residence, watching it night and day.
A source familiar with the investigation told RadarOnline.com exclusively that Murray has been under surveillance for at least 48 hours.
Murray administered propofol to Michael Jackson, the Associated Press reported last night. Propofol is a powerful anesthetic that is always administered with oxygen. Autopsy reports have not been released.
RadarOnline.com broke the story that Murray was seen lugging large oxygen tanks in Jackson’s house shortly before his death. The tanks were stored in a mobile security unit. All of that was witnessed by Douglas B. Jones, who worked in Jackson’s house as a chef.
A source close to the investigation into Jackson’s death told RadarOnline.com previously that Murray is being looked at hard and may face criminal charges. Murray has refused to say if he administered propofol to Jackson. On Monday night his attorney said, “I have no doubt they want to make a case -- for goodness sakes, it's Michael Jackson -- but things tend to shake out when all the facts are made known."