Secret Service agents under investigation for sexual misconduct

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WASHINGTON D.C. – A Secret Service supervisor is under investigation after leaving a bullet in a woman’s hotel room.

The Washington Post reports that the supervisor spent some “quality time” in a woman’s hotel room, and later tried to get back in, when he realized he left the ammunition behind.  The hotel contacted the agency, and they launched an investigation.

That investigation led to a routine search of the supervisor’s agency Blackberry, which turned-up sexually suggestive emails that he and another supervisor, were reportedly sending to a female subordinate.

This comes after the Secret Service scandal involving prostitution in Colombia last year.