Secret Service supervisors identified in prostitution scandal

Charles Dharapak/AP

Two of the Secret Service supervisors who were involved in the Colombian prostitution scandal have been identified, The Washington Post reports.

The two men, David Randall Chaney and Greg Stokes, were senior supervisors on duty during an evening that involved heavy drinking and prostitutes, according to the paper. Chaney retired on Wednesday after the Colombian prostitution case became public. According to the Post, Stokes has been notified that he will be fired from the service.

Both men, who were sent to Colombia to supervise dozens of younger agents, have worked for the service for nearly two decades, spending a great deal of time on the president's detail, reports the Post.

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