BALTIMORE (AP) — Mayor Sheila Dixon accepted fur coats and airplane tickets from a prominent Baltimore developer and took several lavish trips with him in 2003 and 2004, according to court documents made public Tuesday.

Documents obtained by The (Baltimore) Sun detail several gifts from developer Ronald H. Lipscomb to Dixon and revealed the focus of an investigation into Dixon's financial dealings.

The mayor, who was City Council president at the time, did not include the gifts on her financial disclosure statements, the documents show. City officials are required by law to disclose gifts from people doing business with the city.