WASHINGTON – The FBI served a warrant on the Prince George’s County liquor board Thursday.
Federal agents went to the Largo offices Thursday morning on a court-authorized search, said FBI spokesman David Fitz.
He confirmed officers also were in other liquor board offices around the county.
The county liquor board regulates more than 600 liquor stores, restaurants and other businesses.
This investigation comes one month after the chairman of the liquor board, Charles W. Caldwell III, resigned following his arrest for driving drunk outside MGM casino.
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