"They weren't chased out," his attorney Ron Elberger tells PEOPLE
While questions continue to swirl around former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle in the wake of a law enforcement raid at his home, Fogle himself is staying out of sight.
Neighbors haven’t reported spotting Fogle around his Zionsville, Indiana, home in recent days, though he and his family are free to come and go as they please. “They weren’t chased out,” his attorney Ron Elberger tells PEOPLE. “The officers were quite nice. They were professional and courteous.”
Police and FBI agents converged on Fogle’s home early Tuesday. Fogle’s wife, Katie, and two young children left shortly after, according to WTHR News. Fogle was seen leaving his home in the upscale subdivision in the early afternoon, according to IndyStar.
Authorities were at the Fogle home for 11 hours, removing electronics, documents and other items.
The swirl of activity came two months after the arrest on child pornography charges of Russell Taylor, 43, an Indianapolis man who ran The Jared Foundation, a nonprofit organization started by Fogle to encourage healthy eating and exercise habits for kids.
Fogle, who has “been cooperating with law enforcement and its investigation,” Elberger said, has not been arrested or implicated in any crime. While FBI spokeswoman Wendy Osborne confirms to PEOPLE that the agency conducted “investigative activity” in Zionsville, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Indianapolis would not confirm or deny an investigation but said no charges had been filed as of Thursday.
Subway announced that it was severing ties with Fogle in the wake of the investigation.
Neighbors expressed surprise at the police raid at the home, a two-story white brick house with a neatly manicured lawn and basketball hoop at the top of the driveway.
Neighbor Jon Nicholas said Thursday he hadn’t seen the family since the raid. “We’re all just trying to be patient and let them do a full investigation, and hopefully he comes out not guilty,” he told PEOPLE.
Fogle, 37, married Katie McLaughlin, 36, a teacher, in July 2010. “She’s just been the most supportive woman,” Fogle told PEOPLE in 2010.
The pair have two children, and neighbor Julie Hole said the family is friendly and social. “The kids have a ball in the yard,” she told PEOPLE. “I’ve seen them playing hide-and-seek in the yard with their mom.”
McLaughlin is Fogle’s second wife; he and first wife Elizabeth divorced in 2007.
Fogle and his wife did not respond to requests for comment. His sister-in-law, Jessica Fogle, told PEOPLE the family had no comment.
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