In Spy Case, 2 More Are Said To Have Made Admissions

Federal prosecutors in Manhattan say that two more of the suspected Russian agents arrested last weekend gave statements to the F.B.I. in which they waived their Miranda rights and admitted to being Russian citizens who had been living under false identities in the United States.The two, living under aliases of Michael Zottoli and Patricia Mills, prosecutors say, are a married couple who most recently lived in Arlington, Va. They have two young sons.They and a third defendant, known as Mikhail Semenko, are scheduled to appear for bail hearings on Friday afternoon before a magistrate judge in Federal District Court in Alexandria, Va.