MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) - A Minnesota doctor who treated Prince was identified in a search warrant filed May 6 in Hennepin County.
The doctor allegedly wrote Prince prescriptions, and was at Paisley Park the day he died. The search warrant for Prince’s medical records was served at North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale, Minn.
According to the document, obtained by the Los Angeles Times, Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg saw Prince on April 7 and April 20 – the day before he died. Investigators learned Dr. Schulenberg performed some tests on Prince and was dropping the results off at Paisley Park “when he appeared on the death scene.”
According to the warrant, Dr. Schulenberg told investigators he prescribed medications to Prince, and the prescriptions were to be filled at Walgreens. TMZ has previously reported that Prince had gone to Walgreens 4 times in the week before his death.
Carver County Deputy Sheriff Jason Kamerud told the Associated Press the search warrant was supposed to have been sealed. The warrant asks for all medical records, documents, reports, charts, photographs, prescriptions, doctor's notes and medical images for Prince Rogers Nelson.