What Authorities Found at Neverland

02/03/2004 AT 07:39 PM EST

Investigators who combed Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch during their Nov. 18 search seized computers, legal documents, videotapes, a note and a letter found on the singer's bedroom nightstand, reports the Associated Press, quoting court documents released Monday.

Though the items are not described in detail in the court papers, the Los Angeles Times reports that the documents do state that a locksmith was summoned to unlock the master bathroom and that keys were later found in a safe. (Items found inside the bathroom included a laptop computer found inside a locked closet, a digital camera found by a sink and miscellaneous papers.)

Authorities also reportedly took a day calendar that was located on a kitchen counter. The items were seized by officials just before Jackson was arrested on charges of child molestation.

Jackson has pleaded innocent to seven counts of performing lewd or lascivious acts on a child under 14 and two counts of administering an "intoxicating agent," reportedly wine, to seduce the boy. The singer, 45, is free on $3 million bail.

Many of the items were taken from the master bedroom, including an envelope found in a briefcase, several computers, papers and a calendar found in the closet, the court papers state. Items found on the room's nightstand included a letter and a note.

Magazines also were seized, but only one (the financial publication the Robb Report) was mentioned by name, says AP.

Sheriff's Department Sgt. Steve Robel told Judge Thomas R. Adams, who signed the search warrant at 5:30 p.m. the evening before the Neverland inspection began, that the investigators were looking for items including letters, invoices, canceled checks, computers and computer records.

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