IRS and FBI raid Rep. Keller’s office and business

    Boxes were also taken from the home of Traffic Court Judge Robert Mulgrew.

    Federal agents raided several Philadelphia properties tied to Democratic state Representative William Keller Wednesday.

    Around midday, seven plain-clothes law enforcement agents were spotted exiting Keller’s South Philadelphia office with six boxes of documents.

    Plainclothes officers carry boxes out of Rep. Keller's South Philadelphia office
    Plainclothes officers carry boxes out of Rep. Keller's South Philadelphia office

    The agents loaded the boxes into two cars parked across from the office at 2nd and Greenwich streets after a morning-long search.

    FBI Spokesman J.J. Klaver has confirmed that the FBI and IRS searched Keller’s office, but could not provide any more details about the investigation.
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    Klaver says federal agents also removed files from Keller’s sporting goods store, K&0 Sporting Goods, as well as, from the office of a former spokesman.

    A search was also conducted at the home of Traffic Court Judge Robert Mulgrew.

    Klaver has not confirmed that there’s any link between the Keller and Mulgrew raids.

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