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FBI Agents Search Judges’ Chambers in Cleveland

A county corruption probe prompted FBI agents Tuesday night to search the chambers of two local judges including Judge Steven Terry. The probe first surfaced publicly in July and is heating up.

Judge Steven Terry's Chambers Searched/court photo

Judge Steven Terry

By James F. McCarty and Rachel Dissell
Cleveland Plain Dealer
CLEVELAND — The Cuyahoga County corruption scandal reached into the Justice Center Tuesday night when FBI agents searched two judges’ chambers.
Agents appeared at the courtrooms of Common Pleas judges Bridget McCafferty and Steven Terry between 7 and 8 p.m.
FBI Special Agent Scott Wilson confirmed the searches were linked to the county corruption probe made public in July after FBI and IRS agents raided the homes and offices of county officials Jimmy Dimora, Frank Russo and Kevin Kelley, but he would not say what agents were searching for.
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