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FBI Raids Homes of Winnie Greco, Aide to Mayor

New York City Mayor Eric Adams has seen the homes of two associates raided by federal officials.
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The FBI raided the homes of Winnie Greco, a top aide to New York City Mayor Eric Adams on Thursday. According to the Daily News, the FBI carried out its "court-authorized law enforcement activity” at 1447 Gillespie Ave. in the Bronx. 

The raid comes amid an investigation into Greco's alleged misconduct regarding the misuse of her position to get perks. Greco, the director of Asian Affairs, is currently being scrutinized by the Department of Investigation over asking a former volunteer in Adams' mayoral campaign to do her home renovations for free. 

The officer who spoke to the publication would not divulge whether the FBI executed a search warrant. The family home is one of two owned by Greco. Records show that she, along with her husband Nikolas, own the second property on 1458 Gillespie Ave.

Asked about the raid on Thursday, Mayor Adams' spokesperson Fabien Levy said that “our administration will always follow the law.”

“We always expect all our employees to adhere to the strictest ethical guidelines. As we have repeatedly said, we don’t comment on matters that are under review, but will fully cooperate with any review underway,” Levy said, adding that Adams had not been accused of wrongdoing.