NEW: FBI raids home of top aide to Eric Adams just days after NYC Mayor called for changes in sanctuary city laws

The aide, Winnie Greco, is the director of Asian Affairs for NYC.


The FBI searched the home of a top aide for New York City Mayor Eric Adams on Thursday in the Bronx. The aide, Winnie Greco, is the director of Asian Affairs for NYC. This comes after the mayor has blamed the Biden administration for the immigration crisis in the city and demanded that New York walk back its sanctuary cities law.  

According to reports from New York Daily News, a law enforcement officer confirmed that Greco's home had been searched by the FBI.  

Last year, Greco was investigated by the Department of Investigation because of a referral from the mayor's officer.  

This comes right after Adams demanded change on state and local immigration policy.

Adams addressed the immigration crisis in NYC on Monday at a town hall and said he needed more resources to give jobs to illegal immigrants in New York but also took issue with those illegal immigrants committing crimes.

"Those small numbers that are committing crimes," he stated, "we need to modify the sanctuary city law that if you commit a felony, a violent act, we should be able to turn you over to [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] and have you deported. It is a right to live in this city, and you should be not committing crimes in our city." 

When Adams' office was asked about the investigation into Greco, a spokesperson said, “We always expect all our employees to adhere to the strictest ethical guidelines. As we have repeatedly said, we don’t comment on matters that are under review, but will fully cooperate with any review underway." 

“The mayor has not been accused of any wrongdoing," the office added. 

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