The FBI and IRS raided the homes of United Auto Workers President Gary Jones and other union bosses Wednesday as part of widening corruption probe, with witnesses reporting agents counting “wads of cash” in Jones’ garage.
Details are sealed in federal court records, but witnesses told The Detroit News more than a dozen agents wearing FBI polo shirts and jackets descended on Jones’ Canton Township home around 7 a.m. Wednesday and filled numerous boxes and envelopes with evidence.
Gary Mann, a neighbor, told the news site he came across the scene – with numerous black SUVs and sedans parked in front of the home – around 8:30 a.m. while out walking with his wife.
“It alarmed us,” he said. “I’ve never seen anything like it. We asked if there was anything wrong. They didn’t want to say anything.”
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