The Secret Service arrested three men for entering the White House grounds in separate incidents over the past two days, including a man who allegedly snuck in a gate behind a construction worker Monday morning.
The Secret Service said Michael J. Fogg, 27, of Newport News, Virginia, was charged Monday with unlawful entry after he entered a pedestrian gate near East Executive Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue on the heels of a construction worker. He was immediately detained by uniformed division officers.
On Sunday afternoon, Curtis W. Smith, 33, of Coatesville, Pennsylvania, was charged with unlawful entry after he allegedly climbed over the outer perimeter stone wall at 15th and E streets.
And Sunday night, Ian R. Boone, 40, of Cambridge, Ontario was charged after he allegedly climbed over the bike rack at the outer perimeter near 15th and E streets.
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