LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A newspaper reports the doctor whose car was towed from Michael Jackson's house is a cardiologist who practices in California, Nevada and Texas.
A woman who answered the phone Friday at Dr. Conrad C. Murray's clinic in Houston confirmed to The Associated Press that Murray was Jackson's cardiologist. The woman, who refused to give her name, would not confirm the Los Angeles Times report that Murray was performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation on Jackson when paramedics arrived at the entertainer's home Thursday.
The Texas State Board of Medical Examiners Web site shows no complaints filed against Murray in the four years he's been a licensed cardiologist in Texas.
Los Angeles police say they want to speak to the doctor but stressed he was not under criminal investigation.