Woman found dangling from shoelaces after botched White House breach

  • Woman found dangling from shoelaces after botched White House breach

Woman found dangling from shoelaces after botched White House breach

It's been a busy month for the Secret Service.

According to the incident report, she had a map of the White House, but it was not specified whether it contained details of the interior and exterior.

"He was up there dangling on the fence, and the Secret Service grabbed him", the House Oversight Committee chairman said.

On March 10, 26-year-old Jonathan Tuan-Anh Tran was arrested and accused of scaling a White House fence before traipsing on the grounds of the executive residence for a significant period of time.

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Tran was charged with entering a restricted area "while using or carrying a risky weapon", for the two cans of pepper spray in his backpack.

A vehicle approached the White House around 11 pm Saturday and was deemed suspicious, a Secret Service spokesperson told Fox News about the latest reported breach.

But, in reality, no one knows how the intruder got inside the premise as a tight security was present outside and most important the president of the United States was inside at the time this incident happens. Chaffetz said that during Tran's 17 minutes of "lingering" and "hanging out" on the White House grounds, he tied his shoes and at one point "jiggled" a White House door knob, seen on security footage that was revealed later.

Secret Service officers observed the woman, identified as Marci Wahl, 38, walking and staring at the White House complex before discovering she had jumped a fence on the south side but had gotten stuck. But the Secret Service said that agency laptops are completely encrypted and do not contain classified information.