Other properties searched beginning Thursday included one in the 8700 block of Wheelock Road, one in the 6600 block Cherry Hill Parkway and one in the 7900 block of Wayward Court. According to news partner WANE-TV, other properties searched included one in the 4200 block of Wedgewood Drive, one in the 9600 block of Stowaway Cove, one in the 10200 block of Sona Marie Court and one property in New Haven.
Crawford would not confirm or deny if all 10 searches were connected and being conducted under one investigation; however, on Thursday, Crawford did say that three of the properties searched – the ones on Wheelock Road, Wayward Court and Cherry Hill Parkway – were searched as part of the same investigation.
According to Allen County records, the property on Wheelock Road belongs to Jason Fabini, a Fort Wayne native who played for three NFL teams as an offensive lineman.
The Cherry Hill Parkway property belongs to Fabini's brother, Michael, according to the property records.
Jason Fabini issued a statement Thursday that read that he was “not the target of the investigation and I was not involved in any criminal activity. I have not been charged, nor do I expect to be charged with a crime.”
Crawford also said Thursday's investigation also involved the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; Indiana State Police; Allen County Sheriff's Department; Fort Wayne Police Department; and New Haven Police Department.