BREAKING NOW: FBI Raids Home of Baltimore Mayor, City Hall Over 'Book Sale' Investigation

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The FBI and IRS raided two homes owned by embattled Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Thursday, searching the residents and City Hall as a result of an ongoing investigation into the politician’s “book sale windfall.”

“Two homes belonging to embattled Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh were searched Thursday by federal agents as part of a multi-site raid also encompassing City Hall and coming amid the ongoing investigation into Pugh’s half a million dollar book sale windfall,” reports Fox News.

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“Additionally, FBI and IRS agents searched the Maryland Center for Adult Training, where Pugh once led a nonprofit job training program alongside three of her staffers; the office of Pugh’s attorney, Steven Silverman; and the home of Pugh staffer Gary Brown Jr.,” adds the author.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.