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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.

Click here to read the rest of the article written by Luke Broadwater, Kevin Rector and Ian Duncan over at the Baltimore Sun