Secret Service Supervisor Put on Administrative Leave After Reported Assault Allegation

This comes less than a month after news that 2 Secret Service agents, driving drunk crashed into a WH barricade after returning from a party.

Fox News
A high-ranking Secret Service supervisor was placed on administrative leave Wednesday amid a reported claim that he assaulted a female employee after-hours last week.

The Secret Service said the supervisor's security clearance was suspended after what it called "allegations of misconduct and potential criminal activity." Spokesman Brian Leary said the incident was first reported to the agency's Office of Professional Responsibility on April 2, after which inspectors conducted corroborative interviews. Director Joseph Clancy was informed the same day, and the employee was placed on leave.

The Post reports Morales was placed on leave and his name was added to an internal "do not admit" list. The Secret Service also took away his badge and gun. The incident is under investigation by the Metropolitan Police Department's sex crimes unit and the Department of Homeland Security's Inspector General.