Law enforcement was on the hunt for evidence of Propofol when they searched Dr. Conrad Murray's home and office in Las Vegas. And, as we've been saying for weeks, the docs refer to Jackson as an "addict."
According to the search warrant, authorities were looking for, among other things, "records, shipping orders, distribution lists, use records relating to the purchase, transfer, receiving, ordering, delivery and storage of PROPOFOL."
Interestingly, in the Houston raid, authorities wanted a Rolodex card with FedEx information.
The search warrant also stated law enforcement officials were looking to prove a number of alleged violations, including "prescribing to an addict" and "excessive prescribing."
The warrant says authorities wanted to find correspondence between Dr. Murray and 7 other doctors.