3 sites raided day after search of Fabini property

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Authorities who raided Indiana properties owned by former New York Jets offensive lineman Jason Fabini and his brother have searched three more Fort Wayne sites.

The FBI hasn't said why the Safe Streets Task Force raided the sites. The group is comprised of federal, state and local officers and focuses on gangs and illegal drugs and firearms.

Fabini said in a statement Thursday that he's not the investigation's target and has done nothing wrong. There is no phone listing for his brother, Michael Fabini.

FBI Special Agent David Crawford declined to say whether Friday's raids are connected to Thursday's.

Fabini played 11 NFL season, including eight with the Jets, one with the Dallas Cowboys and two with the Washington Redskins. His last season was in 2008.

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