The first criminal investigation is currently going on into mishandling of graves at Arlington National Cemetery.
According to the Washington Post, the Justice Department launched the probe at least six months ago. People close to the investigation told the newspaper that the criminal investigation is broad, looking into evidence of possible contracting fraud and falsification of records.
A federal grand jury in Alexandria has subpoenaed witnesses and records.
Congress is also looking into the problems with record keeping and grave sites marked incorrectly.
Earlier this month, Arlington National Cemetery brought in a new manager to help correct the issues. The Army said James Gemmell will step in as deputy superintendent. He’s the former director of Minnesota's Fort Snelling National Cemetery.