Annapolis Homeowner Linked to Secret Service Prostitution Scandal
Reports indicate Greg Stokes was a supervisor with President Obama's security detail in Colombia and online records confirm he owns a home in Hillsmere Estates.
There is an Annapolis connection to last week's scandal involving prostitutes and Secret Service agents who were members of President Barack Obama's security detail in Cartagena, Columbia.
Greg Stokes was one of two supervisors identified by The Washington Post as being "ousted" from the agency on Wednesday for involvement in the incident. Stokes owns a home in the 100 block of Lake View Drive in Hillsmere Estates in Annapolis, according to online property records.
He was also identified as being from Annapolis in a New York Daily News story that said Stokes is divorced and his former wife is also a Secret Service agent.
According to The Washington Post, it was recommended that Stokes be fired from the agency but he may have the opportunity to appeal. The article states that he has nearly two decades of experience and was sent on the trip to supervise dozens of agents in preparation for Obama's arrival.
The scandal made headlines last week when it was revealed that Secret Service agents allegedly engaged in heavy drinking, visited strip clubs and refused to pay prostitutes on April 11.