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FBI Seizes Documents From Indianapolis Charter School

The FBI isn't saying much about an investigation in which it seized boxes of documents from an Indianapolis charter school.

The FBI got a search warrant to collect boxes of papers from the Indiana Math and Science Academy-North, one of three IMSA charter schools in the city. Special Agent Vicki Anderson says she can't say what they're looking for, other than to say it's an ongoing white-collar investigation, not anything involving violence.

IMSA released a statement to RTV6 suggesting the search warrant is part of a routine audit of the Federal Communications Commission's E-rate program, which gives schools grants to expand Internet connectivity.

The FCC and U-S Department of Education joined FBI agents in conducting the search.

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