Agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigations descended on the women's prison FCI Dublin Monday morning in a surprise raid that came with the ousting of the current warden and three managers on staff.

It's been over a year and a half since multiple employees at FCI Dublin pleaded guilty to charges of groping and abusing female inmates at the prison, but the allegations continue to stream in. As KTVU reported, a dozen more lawsuits were just filed last week, bringing the total of suits filed against FCI Dublin officers to 63. And according to lawyers, up to 100 suits are expected to be filed.

Eight officers, including the prison's ex-warden, have been charged so far, and in December 2022, the Senate Judiciary Committee began investigating the situation at FCI Dublin.

FBI agents swarmed the prison Monday morning, and as KTVU reports, the agency confirmed that they "conducted court-authorized law enforcement activity at that location."

While the current administration at the prison has said that all the "bad apples" have been dismissed and things have turned around, per KTVU, the FBI appears to believe there is more to uncover there.

Update: We now know that Warden Art Dulgov, who is the third man to have that job in the last year, has been removed along with Associate Warden Patrick Deveney and two other managers today. Bureau of Prisons spokesperson Randilee Giamusso told KTVU that "recent developments have necessitated new executive employees be installed at the institution."

The new interim warden of FCI Dublin is Nancy T. McKinney, who has been with the Bureau of Prisons for over 30 years.

The U.S. Attorney's office said in court documents that the four executive employees had been replaced in order "to enact positive change" at the prison.

U.S. District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers paid a visit to the prison in January, on short notice, and she has been considering assigning a special master to oversee the prison going forward.

Judge Rogers was the same judge who in January sentenced former FCI Dublin correctional officer Ross Klinger to one year of home detention for have sexual relations with three female inmates. Rogers called the case "particularly difficult," and said Klinger's "conduct was particularly horrifying to the victims."

We'll update you if we learn more about the FBI raid.

Previously: Senate Judiciary Committee to Investigate Bureau of Prisons, and Former Dublin Wardens Specifically