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FBI Raids Indiana Home of Former Jets Offensive Lineman

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

FBI agents raided the home of former Jets offensive tackle Jason Fabini last Thursday morning, the New York Daily News reports.

Fabini, 38, denied any wrongdoing after agents were seen removing boxes from his home in Fort Wayne, Ind.

“I am not the target of the investigation and I was not involved in any criminal activity,” Fabini said in a statement released through his attorneys, the Daily News reported. “I have not been charged, nor do I expect to be charged with a crime.”

Fabini pledged to cooperate with agents.

“My first concern is obviously with my brother and the rest of my family, but I want to reaffirm my commitment to the community and to those who believe in me as a role model, volunteer, professional and athlete,” Fabini said. “I have always made service to others a priority and I will continue to do so even during this challenging time for my family.”

Trenton Mayor Says He’s Providing Answers to FBI

Mayor Tony Mack

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Trenton Mayor Tony Mack said he is cooperating with the FBI after agents searched his house and city hall offices, the Courier-Post reports.

But Mack, making his first public appearance since the FBI raided his house and city offices about two weeks ago, declined to answer questions about the focus of the investigation and whether he may be charged with any crimes.

Mack wore a suit, tie and wide grin during his appearance at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a library, the Courier-Post reported.

Asked where he went after the raids, Mack said he was on vacation.

FBI Delves Deeper into Trenton Mayor Investigation

Mayor Tony Mack

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

FBI agents who raided the home of Trenton Mayor Tony Mack also searched the home of his brother and a key campaign donor who is a convicted sex offender Wednesday, the Associated Press reports.

Mack denied wrongdoing in a brief statement, and the FBI declined to release details of the investigation.

Questions have been raised over Mack’s successful campaign fundraising at a time when his personal finances were troubled.

Mack’s appointments also have raised suspicions because some were under-qualified or face criminal charges, the AP reported.

 

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