ROMULUS, Mich. (WXYZ) - Romulus Mayor Alan Lambert has issued a statement response to Monday's Michigan State Police raid on his house.
The statement reads as follows:
The Michigan State Police executed a search warrant at my house on Monday, March 25. I cooperated fully with the investigators and let the officers do their job. I have no further information to share on this matter at this time. My family and I look forward to a quick resolution of whatever issues are involved, and in the meantime with your help, we will continue to focus on moving our City forward.
Lambert's home was raided Monday night , when police officers spent 12 hours inside collecting evidence. Police are only saying the raid was conducted as part of an on-going public corruption investigation involving officials from the City of Romulus.
However, 7 Action News has learned that the case is not connected to the upcoming trial of several members of the Romulus Police Department.
That case relates a corruption probe involving the Romulus Police Department.