For more than three hours Federal drug agents investigating Michael Jackson’s death searched a Beverly Hills pharmacy favored by the pop star.
Nine Drug Enforcement Administration agents armed with a search warrant entered Mickey Fine Pharmacy just before Noon.
“We’re searching for evidence of improper dispensing of controlled substances,” Special Agent Jose Martinez told RadarOnline.com.
Agents were overheard by RadarOnline.com discussing OxyContin with pharmacists. Agents also removed sealed boxes, while the pharmacy remained open and conducted business as usual for customers inside.
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The DEA are working with the Los Angeles police, the county coroner’s office and the county district attorney’s office in investigating Jackson’s June 25 death.
“We’re looking at all the records of this pharmacy.” Martinez said… adding, “Mickey Pharmacy has been cooperative.”