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US Marshals top official probed for office romp, reportedly made underlings do his ‘homework’

Andrew Smith (right) – US Marshals Service

A top official in the US Marshals is being investigated for allegedly sleeping with a junior colleague.

Andrew Smith, the assistant director of the Tactical Operations Division, has been outed by colleagues from several agencies for alleged misconduct. 

In addition to sexual misconduct, Smith also reportedly tasked his underlings with completing his work for the Naval War College.

“I am writing to inform you that a US Marshals Service employee and Naval War College student, Andrew Smith, is under an internal investigation for tasking subordinates to complete class assignments, which he submitted to the Naval War College as his own work,” read a letter issued by a concerned colleague. 

According to the New York Post, Smith’s romp is reported to have taken place in his office.

An internal investigation was launched, the USMS report.

Smith has since gone on extended family medical leave, and is not expected to return to duty until mid-November.


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