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Subpoenas give some answers to what the FBI and IRS agents took from former Mayor Catherine Pugh’s homes and City Hall office on April 25.

Agents were seen taking out boxes filled with things like laptops, cell phones, and lots of documents.

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Among the seizures are an invoice and check from the University of Maryland Medical Center for $100,000 payable to Healthy Holly, LLC.

Money Gram receipts and documents related to other organizations Pugh had ties to, like Squeegee Corps and the Family League of Baltimore, were among subpoena-related material.

Many documents are related to one of her former aides, Gary Brown Jr., who’s name showed up several times in a subpoena commanding the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development to testify before a Grand Jury.

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