New Jersey: “Feds Raid Orange Public Library, Sources Say”
The public library in Orange was raided by federal agents Thursday morning, several sources confirmed to NJ Advance Media.
The federal officers apparently went into the library with subpoenas, and emerged with documents and at least one computer, the sources said. It is unclear what prompted the raid.
“The City of Orange Township is cooperating with authorities in response to allegations in connection with the Orange Public Library,” City Attorney Dan Smith said in a statement Monday.
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