LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Detectives investigating the shooting death of Robert Blake's wife searched the actor's home for a second time, while Blake's attorney said he would deliver several boxes to police headquarters Thursday.
A news release issued by police Wednesday night said a warrant was being executed on Blake's San Fernando Valley home "as a result of additional information received (Tuesday) by the concerned detectives" and that specific items were sought. It didn't elaborate.
More than two dozen officers entered Blake's home and a guest house on the property where his wife, Bonny Lee Bakley, had lived.
Blake's attorney, Harland Braun, told The Associated Press the warrant demanded that anything taken from the home by the actor's attorneys be handed over to police. He said all relevant evidence would be delivered to police headquarters Thursday.
Braun said detectives on Thursday planned to interview Blake's bodyguard and assistant who accompanied the couple on recent trips to Las Vegas and Sequoia National Park.
Police have interviewed Blake twice and had searched the home Saturday, recovering two 9mm handguns and seizing phone records and other papers, Braun said.
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