Uniformed Secret Service Officer Injured Near White House

The thing about living in a house called the White House is that you never know who’s going to stop by.

By Elissa Silverman and Martin Weil
Washington Post Staff Writers
WASHINGTON — An officer in the uniformed division of the Secret Service was injured yesterday in a scuffle with an apparent intruder at the edge of the White House complex, a Secret Service spokesman said.
An unarmed man, identified as a 37-year-old Prince George’s County resident, was taken into custody, and he and the officer were taken to the hospital for treatment of what appeared to be minor injuries, according to the Secret Service.

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