FBI: Search of Trenton’s City Hall complete

    FBI agents won’t be back searching at City Hall in New Jersey’s capital Friday.

    FBI spokeswoman Judy Woodruff says agents have completed their search of Trenton’s City Hall.
    The FBI raided it Thursday, leaving with several boxes, folders and other material.

    Agents also searched the home of the Mayor Tony Mack, his brother and a campaign donor on Wednesday. It’s unclear what agents were searching for.

    No charges or arrests have been made.

    The Democrat has denied wrongdoing.

    Mack’s first two years in office have been marked by repeated accusations of reckless spending, cronyism and mismanagement.

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