John Wiley Price
June 27, 2011 by staff
John Wiley Price, Federal agents raided the office and home in Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price Monday morning and the house of his former assistant. FBI agents also restricted access to the building of the Commissioners Court at 411 Elm Street, but allowed access to the Sixth Floor Museum at the rear of the building.
Colleague Maureen Dickey, who angrily ranted in price earlier this month for what she felt was unfairly drawn map of the district, told reporters outside the courthouse that he was “a happy day for County Dallas. ”
Another commissioner’s office was also being sought, according to sources, as well as the office of the County Manager Darryl Martin.
As officers descended on the courthouse at 9 are, other officers searched the home of Price in Oak Cliff.
A locksmith was called to that address and told FOX 4 Richard Ray that his services at the end is not used.
FBI agents also executed search warrants at the home of Daphne Soto Fain, assistant lifelong Price.
So far, no word on what, if anything, federal authorities have seized. The agents have been moving truck with boxes and papers inside the court building.
It is unclear exactly what the FBI is investigating at this time. Several previously opened investigations could possibly involve price and other county commissioners, including:
An investigation into the failure Inner Harbor in southern Dallas County
Special research assistant police work that KwanzaaFest and 15,000 was not paid, the FBI has not made any statement to date on the events of today.
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