Cleveland Police Officer Accused of Contacting Thousands of Women Using Law Enforcement Databases

A police sergeant in Cleveland, Ohio, has been accused of contacting at least 2,300 women using the law enforcement databases. 

Sergeant Michael Rybarczyk was charged with three counts of unauthorized use of property this week. The 29-year veteran of the police department reportedly used the city’s database without permission to look up women’s personal information and pictures. He also used the system to send social media messages to the women via social media. 

Rybarczyk was charged in February with 11 counts of soliciting prostitution. With these new crimes, he has been suspended with no pay. 

Source: Cleveland sergeant accused of contacting 2,300 women on city computers | TheHill

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