Bernie Fine Allegations: Federal Agents Seized Cellphones, Cameras & Computers

Last week, federal agents searched the home of Bernie & Laurie Fine as part of the ongoing investigation into claims of sexual abuse committed by the former Syracuse Orange assistant coach.

Federal prosecutors revealed the records of that search today, unveiling a massive collection of electronics and other items that were taken during the search.

Records show the agents were looking for pornographic material and records relating to any boy living at Fine's property.

The search also sought any travel documents, such as records on air travel and hotels. Two boxes of checks were seized, records show.

CNYCentral's Michael Benny tweeted a photo of the official collection document and it's quite the comprehensive list.

According to the document, Fine had 2 iPads, an iPod Touch, an iPod Nano and an unopened iPod. He also had eight cellphones, including four Blackberry phones.

Agents seized everything from VHS cassettes to a jukebox to disposable camera to safety deposit box keys.

Also listed on the document is one "cannon," which most likely means a Canon electronic and not an actual cannon.

For more on these developments, visit Syracuse blog Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician.

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