Syracuse media outlets reported Tuesday that federal and state authorities have seized computers and other electronics from the home and office of Syracuse attorney Martin J. Rothschild, a Watertown native.
Syracuse.com and television station WSYR reported that it is unknown why Mr. Rothschilds Bridge Street office and Manlius home were searched and that no arrest has been made.
WSYR reported that the agencies involved in the investigation included the state polices computer crimes unit, the U.S. Secret Service and the U.S. Marshals Service.
Mr. Rothschild, a 1971 graduate of Watertown High School, concentrates his practice in personal injury, construction and vehicle accidents, and product liability.