A program that allowed the woman at the center of a Tampa scandal to have free access to MacDill Air Force Base is under review on orders of the base commander. A Pentagon spokesman said Air Force Col. Scott DeThomas, commander of MacDill's 6th Air Mobility Wing, ordered the review after the Tampa Bay Times first reported socialite Jill Kelley was one of 800 civilians participating in the program, called Friends of MacDill. Kelley's pass to MacDill was suspended Tuesday pending an investigation.
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Kelley complained before of threats
Jill Kelley sparked an FBI investigation by reporting she felt threatened by emails that turned out to be from CIA Director David Petraeus' paramour. But that's not the first time she told authorities about threatening correspondence. In August 2004, Kelley told Tampa police a man was calling her home and cell phone, making threats.
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Scandal sends media to Dover
Some residents in the tiny east Hillsborough community of Dover are getting their fill of media attention from the case involving Petraeus. Frederick W. Humphries II, the Tampa FBI agent who took the complaints from Kelley about harassing emails, lives there.
Compiled by staff writers William R. Levesque, Rich Shopes and Ben Montgomery