I got a blast from the past today when I saw a Washington DC local television news report about the troubles of the District of Colombia Protective Services Police, the city agency that provides security for DC government buildings. The Chief of that organization is Arnold Bracy, the same Arnold Bracy who was a Marine Security Guard at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow during 1985-87, and who was unfairly caught up in the espionage scandal surrounding Sgt. Lonetree.
Bracy was accused by the Naval Investigative Service of conspiring with Lonetree to let Russians into the embassy's communications center, but charges were never pressed against him, and he was eventually exonerated. I believe he even recovered his security clearance.
In 1988, Bracy landed a job with security contractor Vance International and worked his way up to become their Regional Manager for Washington, DC. In 2001, he was hired by the District of Colombia as Deputy Chief for Security Management, Protective Services Police. In 2003, he was promoted to Assistant Chief, and in 2006 to Chief.
He's in a bit of trouble now, according to this series of reports on the DC Fox News channel: part 1, part 2, and part 3 (the one that features an interview with Bracy).