Federal investigators who raided Baltimore City Hall late last month took about two dozen items, including copies of then-Mayor Catherine Pugh’s “Healthy Holly” books, a check from the University of Maryland Medical System and other materials related to Pugh and one of her closest aides.
In a separate subpoena, they requested documentation from the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development about the Maryland Center for Adult Training, a nonprofit organization that Pugh helped lead for years.
FBI agents along with Internal Revenue Service investigators entered Pugh’s offices — and her two houses, the apartment of her aide Gary Brown Jr. and the office of MCAT, among other places — on April 25.
On Wednesday, the city released receipts for 22 items removed from City Hall, including various documents, a computer, an iPad and five CDs. Investigators also took settlement paperwork for Pugh’s purchase of her home in Ashburton shortly after becoming mayor in 2016 and a $100,000 check to her company, Healthy Holly LLC, from the medical system.