DOJ agent resigned after being accused of exposing genitals
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Records show a state Justice Department agent resigned after he allegedly exposed his genitals at the agency's headquarters, a restaurant and a party.
DOJ officials said in December that they received a sexual harassment complaint about Special Agent Brad Montgomery in 2015.
He resigned in 2016. The agency hasn't released any details about the complaint or why Montgomery resigned.
USA Today Network-Wisconsin reports police records show he allegedly exposed himself in the agency's headquarters and a Sparta restaurant in January 2015 and an off-duty party in 2014.
Montgomery told Capitol Police, who investigated the incident in DOJ headquarters, that he couldn't remember if he exposed himself but didn't dispute co-workers' accounts. He said he was going through a divorce.
A possible telephone listing for Montgomery rang unanswered Friday.