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Nov 14, 2013

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Two Secret Service agents have been removed from President Obama’s detail and are under investigation for alleged sexual misconduct, according to a Washington Post report.

The paper reports that two senior supervisors at the agency, Ignacio Zamora, Jr., and Timothy Barraclough, were found to have sent sexually suggestive emails to a female subordinate. The emails came to light as part of an investigation into an incident in May in which Zamora was found attempting to force his way into a woman’s room at the Hay-Adams Hotel in Washington to retrieve a bullet from his service weapon.

Zamora has been pulled from his position as a shift supervisor for the president’s protective division, while Barraclough has been moved to a separate part of the division.

The latest allegations of misconduct come as the agency is preparing for the release of an inspector general report into a prostitution scandal at last year’s Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia.

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According to 9News in Australia:

The Washington Post newspaper said Ignacio Zamora Jr., who it said was in charge of about two dozen agents in the president’s security detail, was allegedly found last spring trying to re-enter a woman’s room at a luxury hotel near the White House after leaving behind a bullet from his service weapon.

According to the NYT:

Mr. Zamora is said to have gone back to the woman’s room at the hotel, the Hay-Adams, in June after having had drinks with her, the officials said. After the woman discovered that Mr. Zamora had a weapon, she asked him to leave, and he did, the officials said. Mr. Zamora, the officials said, did not try to re-enter the room.

The woman later discovered a bullet in the room, according to the officials. Secret Service officers typically have a bullet in the chamber of their firearms and remove it and the magazine as a precaution in situations that do not appear to pose a threat.