April 6, 2018: A subpoena sought records of purchases on former Mayor Kasim Reed's city-issued credit card, along with information about Reed's brother, Tracy. The subpoena also sought additional records related to Bickers and Parks related to credit card purchases, and for records associated with a city-tied nonprofit, Partners for Prosperity.
April 3, 2018: The feds subpoenaed records from the city pertaining to city deputy chief of staff Katrina Taylor Parks, including personnel records, ethics pledges and records related to any communications between Parks and a company called FOGFUELS, whose top executive, Paul Marshall, was recently sentenced to federal prison for defrauding investors.
Sept. 19, 2017: The feds subpoenaed the city for records related to the PRAD Group, a longtime city contractor, and several related companies. It also sought records of executive Jeff Jafari, who has since left the company.
Feb. 17, 2017: A grand jury issues a subpoena seeking Smith's laptop and city-issued smartphone, as well as personnel records and emails pertaining to the purchasing director. On Feb. 21, the feds entered City Hall and Smith was fired the same day. He would plead guilty to accepting bribes in September.
Nov. 30, 2016: Prosecutors subpoenaed the city for records related to contractors Elvin "E.R." Mitchell Jr. and Charles P. Richards Jr. and companies tied to the two men. Mitchell and Richards later pleaded guilty to conspiring to pay bribes to win city contracts.
Sept. 9, 2016: Prosecutors issue a broad subpoena seeking records related to former airport general manager Miguel Southwell, former watershed commissioner JoAnn Macrina and the city's purchasing chief, Adam Smith. They also sought records related to airport and watershed contracts and a number of city contractors.
Aug. 19, 2016: Prosecutors seek records related to Mitzi Bickers, a former director of human services and political consultant who helped Reed win his first run for mayor in 2009. The feds also asked for records related to Bickers' partner Keyla Jackson.
-- AJC Local News & Government Audience Specialist Mandi Albright assisted with this content.
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