Secret Service agents had been watching the woman and suddenly lost sight of her until they found her dangling upside down.
Chaffetz explained that lawmakers are considering separating the Secret Service's cyber and protective detail mission, and potentially house them in a different department.
The arrest has been one of many security incidents to occur place near President Trump's official residence in the White House recently.
Another White House fence jumper sought to grab his 15 minutes of glory Tuesday night in an attempt to make it to the 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue executive mansion. "This is a test", the man is reported to have said as the Secret Service detained him.
Although all the particulars of this incident aren't yet in, Chaffetz told TMZ that be believes proper security protocol was followed.
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Chaffetz wrote that the suspect, Jonathan Tran, also "may have attempted entry into the building", and told CNN on Friday the suspect was able to rattle a door handle at the White House.
Last Saturday, one man hopped over bicycle racks and briefly forced the complex to escalate their security status, said two law authorities officials to CNN.
Previously in March, a man was able to wander on the White House grounds for nearly 20 minutes before finally being detained by Secret Service.
One week after Tran's intrusion, another man stopped his auto at the White House checkpoint, reportedly claiming to have a bomb in his trunk. But the Secret Service said that agency laptops are completely encrypted and do not contain classified information. Although there fence-jumper wasn't identified by name, a few wondered, could it have been?...