Santa Barbara County Sheriff's deputies who raided Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch back in 2003 found a syringe, powerful narcotics, vials and IV bags containing what could be anesthesia.

We've obtained the documents from the Sheriff's Department detailing what was found in the search. Among the items ...

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— A vial of Versed — a powerful sedative
— Several IV bags containing "a milky white fluid, located in a small cardboard box on top of the bathtub." Propofol and other anesthesias are milky white. As we first reported, Propofol was in Jackson's home the day he died.
— A vial of Promethazine — an antihistamine with strong sedative effects
— A bottle of Alprazolam (generic for Xanax, a powerful anti-anxiety drug)
— A bottle of Percocet — a painkiller
— A syringe
— A vial with Demerol in it
— Numerous loose pills outside bottles
— A bottle of Prednisone — a steroid
— Ery-tab — an antibiotic
— Prescriptions for Xanax that had been filled
— A prescription for Alprazolam
— Oxygen tanks
— IV stands

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