The first search of Michael Jackson's bedroom a day after his death found marijuana, skin-bleaching and hair-growing ointments, anti-insomnia pills and empty bottles of several anti-anxiety drugs, according to court documents unsealed Thursday.
A substance initially suspected to be tar heroin proved not to be a narcotic, according to a source with knowledge of the investigation.
An affidavit, written by Los Angeles Detective Orlando Martinez, was used to outline probable cause for a warrant to search Jackson's Holmby Hills, California, home on June 26. Martinez filed his report on what was found in the search five days later.
While the documents may provide some insight into Jackson's life, they appeared to contain nothing that would lend new insight into his death.