FBI Seizes Records at Detroit Library System in Corruption Probe

Steve Neavling

DETROIT — FBI agents seized records and computer equipment from the Detroit Library System to investigate kickbacks involving a top official Tuesday, the Detroit News reports. Agents also raided the home of chief administrative officer Tim Cromer, who is accused of personally profiting from contracts.

The raid is just the latest in Detroit, where agents have been investigating corruption in virtually every corner of city government.

The FBI didn’t provide specifics on Monday’s raids but said contracts were involved, the Detroit News reported.


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