A Search Warrant Involving Wright Patterson Air Force Base In Dayton


(700 WLW)- ABC News reporting this morning, the FBI continues their investigation in an Air Force contractor who admitted to printing out and taking home more than 1,000 pages of classified documents marked "top secret," according to a search warrant filed against Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton. The warrant says that the documents were initially discovered in a search of the home of Izaak Kemp, a contractor at the U.S. Air Force National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) at Wright-Pat. According to the warrant, Kemp initially was under investigation by the Fairborn City Police Department that he allegedly was growing marijuana in his home. However during a search in May, Fairborn Police discovered the over 1,000 documents, some of which investigators say were "related to Top Secret Special Access Programs and clearly marked as classified."