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New details have emerged about the death of Michael Jackson, who died earlier Thursday afternoon -- including a report that there will be an investigation into the music icon's death.
Citing law enforcement sources, the Los Angeles Times is reporting that the Los Angeles Police Department Robbery-Homicide have opened an investigation into the music icon's death -- although they stress to the paper that there is no evidence of any criminal wrongdoing.
The report also says that the detectives plan to conduct interviews with Jackson's relatives, friends and doctors in an effort to obtain more information on what happened, although the L.A. County Coroner's office will determine Jackson's cause of death.
The Times says Jackson was in full cardiac arrest when paramedics arrived at his Bel-Air, Calif. home on Thursday. Hundreds gathered Thursday outside of UCLA Medical Center to learn more about the superstar's condition.
ET reached out to the L.A. police department, but received no comment on the report.
Posted June 25, 2009 4:53:00 PM Report: Michael Jackson's Death To Be Investigated