FBI arrests 2 men in DC accused of impersonating federal officers; 4 Secret Service agents placed on leave 

The FBI arrested two men in Washington, DC, Wednesday 

For allegedly impersonating Department of Homeland Security agents for more than two years 

Giving expensive gifts to federal agents in DC, providing them apartments 

Offering to purchase a weapon for a Secret Service agent assigned to first lady Jill Biden, according to an affidavit 

Arian Taherzadeh and Haider Ali allegedly provided "rent-free apartments" 

estimated to cost more than $40,000 annually each to a DHS employee and members of the US Secret Service 

As of Monday, four Secret Service agents were placed on administrative leave pending investigations. 

Taherzadeh allegedly offered to purchase a $2,000 assault rifle for a Secret Service agent 

Throughout the investigation, the inspector learned that the two men had given gifts to members of the USSS 

The inspector provided the information to the DHS Office of Inspector General, which then contacted the FBI, according to the affidavit.