Suspicion surrounding the involvement of Michael Jackson's doctor, Dr. Conrad Murray, in the pop star's death intensified this morning, as several DEA agents and Los Angeles police detectives arrived at Murray's Las Vegas medical office and home armed with a search warrant.
Uniformed Metro Las Vegas officers accompanied the federal drug agents and LAPD investigators as they entered Global Cardiovascular Associates on Flamingo Road in Las Vegas.
A locksmith has arrived at Murray's house, an ABC News producer on the scene reports.
The scenes are similar to a raid on Murray's other medical office in Houston, TX last week. A storage shed there used by Murray was also searched.
Officials said the search warrant obtained for last week's raid was based on the preliminary results of Jackson's autopsy, which showed the cause of death to be connected to the anesthetic drug Propofol. Murray reportedly administered Propofol to Jackson on the day he died. The warrant stated that authorities were looking for "implements and instruments used in the commission of a crime and for property or items constituting evidence of the offense of manslaughter that tend to show that Dr. Conrad Murray committed the said criminal offense."