LAS VEGAS (AP) - Federal authorities are searching the Las Vegas home of Michael Jackson's personal doctor.
Officials with the Drug Enforcement Administration were at Dr. Conrad Murray's home Tuesday as part of a manslaughter investigation into the singer's death.
Murray was Michael Jackson's personal physician and was with Jackson when he died. Murray, who is based in Las Vegas and is licensed in California, Nevada and Texas, had his Houston office and a storage unit searched last week by DEA agents. Court records show the agents were seeking evidence of whether the doctor committed manslaughter.
Police say Murray is cooperating and have not labeled him a suspect.