Robert Davis (WWJ Photo/Vickie Thomas)

HIGHLAND PARK (WWJ) – Witnesses are calling it a raid, but former Highland Park School Board member Robert Davis says it was a just a visit from FBI agents at his home.

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“There was no raid at my home. My political enemies, including Art Blackwell, have requested that I be investigated… and they came to ask me a few questions,” Davis told WWJ’s Vickie Thomas.

However, witnesses said it was clearly a raid, with seven to eight FBI vehicles were converging on Eason Street.  FBI agents left the home carrying boxes.

Sources told WWJ the investigation is about a check that Davis wrote after leaving the school board.

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But he Davis believes that’s highly unlikely, adding that the FBI’s visit was unexpected, but he’s not worried.

“Because when you do things above-board and do things correctly, you have nothing to worry about,” he said.

Davis didn’t say what the FBI wanted to talk to him about.

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Blackwell, who formerly served as Emergency Financial Manager for Highland Park, told WWJ he never mentioned Davis to the FBI.