Secret Service Agents in Scandal Placed on Leave

(CBS News) Five Department of Defense service members may have been involved in an incident of "misconduct" allegedly involving at least one prostitute that led to the removal of up to 12 Secret Service agents from Cartagena, Colombia working for the

Twelve Secret Service agents have been relieved from their duties after claims they spent the time set aside for planning President Obama's visit drinking and visiting prostitutes.

Twelve Secret Service agents have been relieved from their duties after claims they spent the time set aside for planning President Obama's visit drinking and visiting prostitutes.

By Radar Staff The U.S. Secret Service has recalled a dozen agents from the field as it investigates at least one of those guards having involvement with prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia while they were on duty protecting

US secret service agents sent to provide security for Barack Obama at a summit in Colombia have been sent home after allegations of heavy drinking and consorting with prostitutes. Spokesman Edwin Donovan said the