WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - A Wichita Airport Authority officer and firefighter has been charged with computer crimes, a city spokesperson said Wednesday. 

Lt. Matthew Hoyt was charged with two counts in Sedgwick County.

City of Wichita spokesperson Megan Lovely said the Wichita Police Department learned of an incident involving Hoyt earlier this month. 

"After the incident, detectives learned Hoyt had previously accessed and printed criminal reports from the Wichita Police Department’s records management system," Lovely said. 

Additional details regarding the alleged crimes were not released. 

Roger Xanders, chief of airport police and fire, requested Wichita police to lead the investigation to avoid a conflict of interest. 

Lovely said Hoyt has been employed with the Wichita Airport Authority for 22 years and has been indefinitely removed from his supervisor position and all commissioned law enforcement duties pending the outcome of the investigation. Hoyt is also a certified airport firefighter and EMT. His duty assignment was restricted to fire and medical duties.

Sedgwick County did not have a jail booking record for Hoyt.