ATHENS, Ala. (AP) — The superintendent of an Alabama school district said “there are absolutely no charges” against him after the FBI showed up at his home.
FBI spokesman Paul Daymond told multiple news outlets that agents went to the home of Athens City Schools Superintendent Trey Holladay “as part of a law enforcement action” on Tuesday morning. He declined to comment further.
Holladay has been superintendent of the district since 2013, according to its website. He said in a statement to news outlets that he’s proud to be in the position.
“I appreciate so much the overwhelming support from my friends and community,” Holladay stated. He didn’t elaborate on why FBI agents paid a visit to his home.
The school district also released a statement Tuesday saying it was monitoring the situation and would assist with any requests from officials.
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