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DEVELOPING STORY: WTOP reports FBI issues search warrant on DC CTO office
Thursday - 3/12/2009, 11:15am EDT
UPDATE: WTOP report Mark Segraves reports (via Twitter) that “An official in the D.C. government’s office of the chief technology officer has been arrested in a federal bribery sting… Yusuf Acar, 40, was taken into custody this morning by FBI agents at his home in Northwest Washington, the sources said.”
Of course, the former DC CTO Vivek Kundra has been named the Obama administration’s chief information officer. [Hear Federal News Radio 1500 AM's interview with Kurndra from this week -- not related to the FBI search, of course.]
From WTOP 103.5 FM, which broke the story:
“We are there as part of a continuing ongoing criminal investigation,” FBI Washington Field Office spokesperson Katherine Schweit tells WTOP.
Schweit would not comment on the details of the investigation.
There are at least a dozen FBI agents - including evidence technicians - at the office, located at 1 Judiciary Square on 4th Street in Northwest, WTOP’s Mark Segraves reports.