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Special agent accused of showing gun at restaurant over bill

  • A screenshot of the Army Criminal Investigation Command website. Curtiss Davis, a special agent, worked for three years as a civilian criminal investigator, but is now suspended from law enforcement duties, according to an ACIC spokesman.

    A screenshot of the Army Criminal Investigation Command website. Curtiss Davis, a special agent, worked for three years as a civilian criminal investigator, but is now suspended from law enforcement duties, according to an ACIC spokesman.

FORT BELVOIR, Va. » The Army confirms that a man accused of pulling a gun because he didn’t like a restaurant’s bill is a special agent.

Fairfax County police said in a news release that 45-year-old Curtiss Davis, of Stafford, was arrested Dec. 23 in the Fort Belvoir area.

Army Criminal Investigation Command spokesman Chris Grey says Davis, a special agent, worked for three years as a civilian criminal investigator, but is now suspended from law enforcement duties. That was first reported by WUSA-TV.

Police say Davis exposed himself to a restaurant employee, requested a sexual act and became upset about his bill. Authorities say Davis displayed a handgun and demanded employees lower the bill.

Davis has been charged with abduction, extortion, exposure and attempted forcible sodomy. It’s unclear whether he has an attorney to comment on the case.

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