Wilson High School Graduate Involved in Secret Service Scandal | News
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- A scandal that has rocked the U.S. Secret Service has a local connection.
A Wilson High School graduate is one of the secret service agents identified as being in the center of the Colombia prostitution scandal.
Arthur H. Huntington graduated from Wilson in 1989. The school yearbook indicated he wrestled and played football and was co-captain of the wrestling team his senior year.
Last week, CNN identified Huntington as the agent who got in a dispute over pay with an escort at Hotel Caribe in Cartagena while there on business.
A source in law enforcement in Florida says he worked with Huntington for a short time about a decade ago, and Huntington told him he was from Wilson, New York.
Huntington graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, before beginning his career in law enforcement, as reported by the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
According to the New York Daily News, Huntington worked security at the Greater Rochester International Airport in the 1990s before moving to a law enforcement job in Florida.
According to CNN and NBC News, Huntington, 41, has been living with his wife and two children in Severna Park, Maryland, but that house is reportedly up for sale.