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Search Warrants of Michael Jackson's House Reveal Drugs Found

Mar. 26 2010, Published 5:54 a.m. ET

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Nine months after the death of Michael Jackson, search warrant documents showing what they found in the King of Pop’s home have been released, and has all the details.

COURT DOCUMENTS: Read The Search Warrants

And based on “evidence which formulated probable cause to believe that Dr. Conrad Murray was responsible for the death of Michael Jackson,” a search warrant was issued for Dr. Murray’s business address and his home address. The documents state that propofol was found at his home, but there were no notes or patient files regarding Michael Jackson.

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The documents also get permission to search the Gmail email account of Nicole Alvarez, who was first to report is Dr. Murray’s girlfriend and the mother of his child.  Detectives say they wanted to check her emails to see if they revealed that Dr. Murray received additional shipments of propofol.  Michael Jackson’s death, which has been ruled a homicide, was caused by Acute Propofol Intoxication, with a benzodiazepine effect.

EXCLUSIVE: Move to Pull Dr. Conrad Murray’s Medicine License Called “Disingenuous”

After a search of Michael Jackson’s home—the following drugs and medical paraphernalia were found:

1 box star line blood pressure cuffs

3 - 10 mg/ml 1% lydocaine vials (2 empty, 1 3/4 full)

1 empty bottle propofol 200 mg

I pulse monometer

1 empty vial lorazepam 4 mg

Outer wrappings for catheter

2 empty vials midazolam 10mg

1 empty I.V. 9% sodium chloride

Michael Jackson
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1 empty vial propofol 1g/100ml

1 black nylon bag

1 dark blue costco bag

1 vial propofol 200 mg

1 light blue canvas bag

1 tube Bg-KA_RA .025%

1 vial lydocaine

1 pill bottle with 13 tablets containing 25 mg ephedrine, 200 mg caffeine, 80 mg aspirin

5 business cards in the name of Dr. Conrad Murray

1 bottle Bausch and Lomb eyedrops

4 vials propofol 200mg/20ml

2 vials 5 mg flumazenil

1 vial 10 mg midazolam

1 vial lorazepam

1 vial lidocane

2-100ml vials of propofol

2- 200mg vials of propofol (1 full, 1 1/4 full)

1-1/2 vial of lorazepam

1-1/2 vial of flumazenil .5mg

1 empty vial of 10mg midazolam

1 empty bag I.V. drip of sodium chloride with syringe

1 ziplock baggy containing 18 tubes of Benoquin 20%

A search warrant was also granted to search the BMW that Dr. Murray had been driving when he was taking care of Michael Jackson.



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