Pharmacy raided in Jackson investigation

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August 11, 2009 10:34:48 AM PDT
Police and federal drug agents are searching a Las Vegas pharmacy as part of the Michael Jackson investigation. [READ IT: Michael Jackson's 2002 will]
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Drug Enforcement Administration spokesman Jose Martinez said agents and Los Angeles and Las Vegas police arrived at the pharmacy on Tuesday morning to serve a search warrant and a notice of inspection.

Martinez says authorities are looking for all records of controlled substances provided by Applied Pharmacy Services.

The search is part of the investigation into Jackson's death. Authorities have sought records and correspondence from his personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray of Las Vegas.

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