The Federal Bureau of Investigation is reportedly conducting a bit of work around the home of U.S. Representative Henry Cuellar. While the FBI did not provide details regarding their work, the agency did inform the public that its work was “court-authorized.”
“The FBI was present in the vicinity of Windridge Drive and Estate Drive in Laredo conducting court-authorized law enforcement activity,” Rosanne Hughes, a spokesperson for the FBI’s San Antonio office, told The Hill.
When asked about the FBI’s “court-authorized” work, Cuellar’s office did not provide much insight either. In a separate statement to CNN, a spokesperson for the congressman’s office said that he’d be willing to cooperate in any work that the FBI is completing.
“Congressman Cuellar will fully cooperate in any investigation. He is committed to ensuring that justice and the law are upheld,” the statement reads.
Additional reporting from The Monitor indicated that agents were seen taken several boxes of evidence and a computer from his home. However, Cuellar nor the FBI has commented on these details.