Cambridge city offices and mayor’s home searched in ongoing police investigation | New
CAMBRIDGE – A search and seizure warrant was executed at the offices of Cambridge Mayor Andrew Bradshaw at City Hall on Wednesday morning August 4.
Cambridge City Council issued a statement confirming the search and seizure of Bradshaw’s offices.
The warrant was served as part of an ongoing investigation by Maryland State Police and the State Attorney’s Office.
It is not known if anything was seized from the town hall offices.
The city intends to cooperate fully with the investigation, according to the council statement. They declined to comment further.
Neighbors said they saw several Maryland State Police vehicles and unmarked vehicles outside Bradshaw’s home between 6 and 8 a.m. They also reported observing uniformed and plainclothes officers entering and leaving the house.
There was no sign of a break-in at the front door of the house.
It is not known if anything has been removed from the property.
Maryland State Police declined to comment on the investigation.
Bradshaw made a brief statement to The democratic star Wednesday afternoon August 4.
“It is a private matter, it has nothing to do with the current affairs of the city,” he wrote. “Additional comments will be available as appropriate. “
A lifelong Cambridge resident, Bradshaw took office in January 2021. At 32, he is the youngest mayor in the city’s history.