November 14, 2013
Two Secret Service supervisors on President Barack Obama’s protective detail are under investigation for alleged misconduct, a federal law enforcement source with knowledge of the internal Secret Service investigation told CNN’s John King.
The details were first reported in The Washington Post Wednesday night.
The investigation began after an incident at the posh Hay-Adams hotel near the White House in May. As first reported by the Post, the agent allegedly removed ammunition and left a bullet in the room of a female guest, who he had met in the hotel bar.
The agent tried to regain entry to the room when he realized the bullet was left behind, the Post said. Hotel staff notified the White House after he identified himself as a Secret Service agent and demanded to be let in to the room.