FBI searches house belonging to mayor of Trenton, N.J.

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FBI Agents Search the home belonging to Mayor Tony Mack (credit: Martin Griff / The Times)

USA Today on July 18, 2012 released the following:

“TRENTON, N.J. (AP) – FBI agents carried out bags and boxes following a search of the home belonging to the mayor of New Jersey’s capital city.

There’s been no sign of Mayor Tony Mack and it’s not clear what led to the raid in Trenton early Wednesday.

Messages left by the Associated Press seeking comment from the FBI have not been returned.

Mack has drawn criticism since he was elected in 2010. The Democrat’s first term in office has been punctuated by accusations of reckless spending and nepotism.

Under an agreement reached last year, Mack can hire department heads only from a pool of applicants the state offers or he risks losing $6 million in state aid.

A citizens group last year failed to get enough signatures to force a recall election.”

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