Dallas County Commissioners Court
As FBI and IRS agents investigate Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, legal experts say it always comes down to following the money. FBI agents are looking for any evidence of theft or bribery, money laundering, fraud, and tax evasion.
When FBI agents searched Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price’s house and county office last week, court documents obtained by CBS 11 News show investigators were casting a wide net.
County Commissioner John Wiley Price’s attorney acknowledged reports that FBI agents removed $100,000 in cash from his client’s home Monday, although he said he hasn’t viewed an official search warrant.
Dallas County commissioners are scheduled to meet as usual this morning, one day after the FBI searched the office of a six-term commissioner, his top assistant and the home and office of a political consultant.
Federal officials are executing a search warrant at Price’s main office, located in the 6th Floor Book Depository in downtown Dallas. Federal investigators have also been dispatched to Price’s home and other locations.
Dallas County Commissioners continued Tuesday to try and find a way to cut a projected $33 million out of next year’s budget to cover a deficit.
The Dallas County Commissioners have approved a decorum policy change for themselves. The vote was spurred after last week’s meeting ended with a heated exchange between Commissioner John Wiley Price and a group of citizen’s.
Constituents of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price are talking about the Commissioner’s controversial remarks yesterday.
Tuesday’s Dallas County Commissioner’s Court meeting erupted into a shouting match between Commissioner John Wiley Price and a citizen, ending with Price shouting “go to hell” repeatedly.