_May 2012: An officer was videotaped, twice, wandering nude around an apartment complex.
_January 2011: Police in New York arrested an investigative support assistant on charges sexual abuse. The records do not list an outcome for the case.
_2005: An armed agent was accused of threatening to shut down a strip club because it was charging $40 for lap dances and $25 for table-side dances, which the agent said was against federal law. The incident was reported in May 2012.
Some of the allegations were obviously spurious, such as a complaint in August 2010 that a Secret Service agent had performed experiments and implanted stimulators in a citizen's brain. The list also included dozens of complaints about fraudulent emails that circulate widely on the Internet and appear to come from the Secret Service.
A dozen Secret Service officers, agents and supervisors were implicated in the Colombia scandal and eight have been forced out of the agency. At least two employees are fighting to get their jobs back.
Associated Press Laurie Kellman contributed to this report.
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