FBI conducts child pornography search at L.A. official's home - latimes.com
FBI agents have searched the Tarzana home of an appointee of Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to determine whether he or anyone else at the residence might have downloaded child pornography, according to authorities and documents released Wednesday.
Investigators went Friday to the home of Albert Abrams, until this week president of the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners, a seven-member panel that oversees dozens of neighborhood councils. No one has been arrested or charged and the investigation is continuing, said FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller.
Computers and other evidence were seized at the home, she said.
Villaraigosa's office issued a statement saying the mayor had accepted Abrams' resignation.