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NYPD Sent To Mayor Eric Adams’ Fundraiser Just Hours Before FBI Raids It

NYPD Sent to Home of Mayor Eric Adams’ Fundraiser Just Hours Before FBI Raids It (Exclusive).

An internal affairs official asked for a ‘wellness check’ at the Brooklyn address, a move that sources told The Messenger was very unusual.

NYPD Sent To Mayor Eric Adams' Fundraiser Just Hours Before FBI Raids ItNew York City police officers were sent to the home of Mayor Eric Adams’ chief fundraiser — at the request of an internal affairs official — just hours before it was raided by the FBI in a campaign-finance corruption probe, The Messenger has learned.

The NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau official called the 77th Precinct headquarters in Brooklyn around 7 p.m. Wednesday and requested a “wellness check” at the home of Brianna Suggs, 25, a law enforcement official familiar with the matter said.

Responding to the unusual request, two patrol officers were dispatched with instructions to contact the IAB official, who told them to get the names of everyone living there, the source said.

When the officers arrived at Suggs’ 929 Lincoln Place home, a man got out of a car parked there and told them that his daughter and his mother lived in the brownstone, the source said.

The man let the officers inside the row house and they looked around for a short time before leaving, the source said.

Home surveillance video obtained by The Messenger shows an NYPD cruiser traveling on the block at 7:39 p.m. Wednesday, according to the timestamp on the recording.

It’s unclear why the IAB official contacted the local precinct and what connection, if any, the request has to do with the raid the FBI conducted early the next morning.

But a former federal law enforcement official told The Messenger that a wellness check requested at an address with unidentified occupants was highly unusual and that it suggested a leak about the investigation.

Another former federal official said it was not standard operating procedure, to say the least.

“It’s weird,” the former official said.

The IAB investigates allegations of corruption and other misconduct against city police officers and civilian employees, based on complaints from the public and from within the Police Department

Neither the NYPD, the FBI, City Hall nor an Adams campaign lawyer immediately returned requests for comment.

Suggs and her spokesperson haven’t commented publicly, according to reports.

The raid prompted Adams, a former NYPD captain, to rush back to the city from Washington, D.C. — canceling meetings with White House officials to discuss the migrant crisis he has predicted may “destroy” the Big Apple — as soon as he landed in the nation’s capital.

He later said he would “fully participate” in any investigation “and make sure that it’s done correctly.”

“I have not been contacted by anyone from any law enforcement agency and that’s why I came back from D.C. to be here, to be on the ground and look at this inquiry as it was made,” Adams said during an unrelated Thursday night event at Manhattan’s Gracie Mansion, the mayor’s official residence.

The FBI raid is part of a probe into whether Adams’ 2021 mayoral campaign schemed with the Turkish government to receive illegal foreign donations, the New York Times reported, citing a copy of the search warrant.

It was specifically timed so Adams would be out of town for meetings with White House officials and members of Congress to discuss the city’s migrant crisis, law enforcement officials told the New York Post .

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