Cleveland police are investigating after a suspicious package was found at the home of a city councilman on Friday morning.
Around 8 a.m. officers were called to the home of Ward 9 councilman Kevin Conwell on Ashbury Avenue.
Investigators found a bag of envelopes addressed to several members of city council left on the porch of the home. Canine and bomb squad units were called to the scene but determined the package did not contain explosives or other dangerous substances.
The content of the of the letters contained in the envelopes has not been determined.
Police say the letters were addressed to the following council members:
Joe Jones (Ward 1)
Kevin Bishop (Ward 2)
Kerry McCormack (Ward 3)
Kenneth Johnson Sr. (Ward 4)
Phyllis Cleveland (Ward 5)
Blaine Griffin (Ward 6)
The incident and source of the letters remain under investigation
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