The California Department of Justice began serving search warrants Friday in connection with the death of Anna Nicole Smith. One was served this morning at the home of Anna’s psychiatrist, Dr. Khristine Eroshevich, Howard K. Stern and was rumored to be there.
Eight warrants were served altogether by armed officers, and these may be connected to the Department’s investigation of Dr. Eroshevich. Sources say the warrants were served at several businesses connected to Anna’s doctors and at a storage facility. Ellyn Garafalo, a lawyer for Dr. Sandeep Kapoor, who prescribed methadone to Smith shortly before she died, confirmed to the AP the doctor’s home and offices were among those raided.