Leland Yee (D- San Francisco) was arrested this morning on bribery and corruption charges and his office is currently being raided by the FBI. According to a report on KRCA, the FBI is apparently taking computers and documents from the State Senator's office and it is being guarded by the California Highway Patrol and the Senate's Sergeant at Arms.
The FBI also confirmed with the news station that it has raided homes and businesses in the Bay Area and Sacramento this morning and made several arrests in connection with Yee's arrest.
Yee, a Democrat who represents District 8 in San Francisco was a candidate for Secretary of State, according to his website.
Yee is best known as the author of the 2005 anti-video game law that banned the sale of Mature-rated games to minors and attached a fine to retailers who made such sales. The law was put on hold by California courts shortly after it was signed into law by then-Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (R). The battle over the law eventually made its way to the U.S. Supreme Court in 2010, where it was struck down as being unconstitutional (Brown v. EMA) by the court.