ATLANTA -- Some of the pills found in entertainer Whitney Houston's hotel room the night she died were prescribed by Atlanta doctors, Beverly Hills deputy coroner Ed Winter said Friday.
Winter told 11Alive's Blayne Alexander most of the prescriptions were issued within the past few months, though some were prescribed in early 2011.
Earlier this week, the Beverly Hills coroner's office issued a subpoena to several Atlanta doctors and pharmacies, requesting information on Houston's medical history and all prescription medications. The office requested the same information from California-based doctors.
Winter said records show Houston had visited doctors in Atlanta within the past year. He declined to name the doctors or detail what medicines were prescribed.
He added that the prescriptions all appear to have been obtained legally and there was no evidence of doctor-shopping.
Houston and former-husband Bobby Brown lived in the Atlanta area for at least five years. Houston sold their Alpharetta home after the couple divorced.