RadioOnFire.com - In raids on residences, City Hall and other locations tied to former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, federal authorities seized financial documents and electronic devices
WBAL-TV 11's Jayne Miller obtained a list of items the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Internal Revenue Service obtained in the searches last month, which precipitated Pugh's resignation a week later.
At City Hall, agents took a computer, an iPad, documents related to former aide Gary Brown Jr., an invoice and $100,000 check from the University of Maryland Medical Center made out to Healthy Holly LLC.
Agents also subpoenaed records related to the Maryland Center for Adult Training, which has ties to both Pugh and Brown, from the Mayor's Office of Employment Development. That nonprofit was also raided.
The inventory of items seized also notes an unspecified number of copies of the "Healthy Holly" books written by Pugh.