U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents served 10 search warrants Tuesday on physicians and pharmacies affiliated with the San Diego Padres baseball and San Diego Chargers football teams, authorities said.
The agents were checking the records of controlled substances, which physicians and pharmacies are required to maintain under law, according to federal authorities.
This is a result of former Charger Kevin Ellison being arrested last month for suspicion of possessing 100 Vicodin. Oops! Those who follow such things will note that Ellison was recently picked up by the Seahawks.