Secret Service Names Revealed

    People walk past Hotel El Caribe in Cartagena, Colombia, Saturday April 14, 2012. The Secret Service sent home some of its agents for misconduct that occurred at the hotel before President Barack Obama's arrival on Friday for the Summit of the Americas. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)

    Fernando Vergara / AP Photo

    That didn’t take too long. The Secret Service announced yesterday that three agents had left the agency in different ways following a prostitution scandal in Colombia but did not reveal their names. CBS News is now reporting that supervisor David Chaney was allowed to retire, and supervisor Greg Stokes was fired, though he has the option to appeal that decision. The third agent resigned, and his name has not been made public. The incident, which is being investigated, embroiled 11 agents and 10 military members in total.

    Read it at CBS News