Authorities searched the Houston clinic of Michael Jackson’s personal physician Wednesday, and his attorney said they were seeking evidence of manslaughter, according to the Associated Press.
Dr. Conrad Murray had been interviewed by police as a witness to Jackson’s death, but has not been considered a suspect.
It’s still not known what caused Jackson’s death at age 50. The King of Pop went into cardiac arrest in his bedroom and Murray performed CPR while an ambulance was called, according to Murray’s lawyers. An autopsy was conducted but results are not expected until next week. The Jackson family had a second autopsy performed and those results also are pending.
Los Angeles police and agents with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration went through the Armstrong Medical Clinic on Wednesday for about 2 1/2 hours. Authorities said they were searching for documents.