CLEVELAND (AP) — Court records show a Cleveland police sergeant accused of sending social media messages to some 2,300 women while on-duty has been charged with three counts of unauthorized use of property.

Cleveland.com reports 58-year-old Sgt. Michael Rybarczyk was charged this week. Two counts accuse him of looking up two women’s information using the national Law Enforcement Automated Database System. The third was for allegedly using his police computer to send messages to the more than 2,000 women.

Authorities say they found the emails after investigating accusations that Rybarczyk solicited prostitutes while on-duty at the police station. He was charged last month with 11 misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitutes and has since pleaded not guilty.

Court records don’t list an attorney for Rybarczyk. No public phone listing could be found for him.