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U.S. Marshals Investigator in Trouble Over Expenses

By Allan Lengel,
ticklethewire.com

WASHINGTON — An investigator for the the U.S. Marshals Service in Washington finds himself in trouble and on administrative leave just days before Christmas.

Maria Glod of the Washington Post reports that investigator Peter F. Rouse has been charged with making more than $1,000 in unauthorized charges between August and December of 2009.

The Post reports that Rouse has been with the Marshals Service for about 11 years and recently worked in Washington and previously in Arizona. He’s been on administrative leave since Tuesday.

A court affidavit said authorities became suspicious of Rouse’s charges, which appeared to stand out among other employees, the Post wrote.

An examination of his expenses showed he made charges on weekends and holidays when he wasn’t working “and quantities of gas pumped that exceeded the capacity of the Crown Victoria assigned to Rouse,” the Post wrote.

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