Secret Service Agents Reassigned After Incidents
The Secret Service has reassigned agents from its special operations division after two embarrassing incidents earlier this year that likely involved alcohol.
Three agents were sent home from the Netherlands last month after one was found intoxicated in a hotel a day before President Obama arrived to meet with foreign officials.
Two agents were involved in a vehicle crash in South Florida earlier this year during a presidential trip.
The Secret Service has changed its rules on when agents are allowed to drink.
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