A longtime Wichita Airport Authority worker has been charged with two counts of felony computer crimes.
He is accused of accessing and printing legal studies from the Wichita Police Department’s report program, the metropolis reported in a Wednesday information launch.
Lt. Matthew Hoyt, a WAA officer and firefighter, has been removed from his supervisor position and all legislation enforcement obligations until eventually the investigation is entire. Hoyt, who is also a firefighter and EMT at the airport, will be restricted to fireplace and medical jobs. He has been with the firm 22 years.
Courtroom information filed June 16 say the crime occurred on March 3 and March 9.
“WPD officers discovered of an incident involving LT. Hoyt in the course of the thirty day period of June,” the news launch claims. “After the incident, detectives learned Hoyt had beforehand accessed and printed criminal stories from the Wichita Law enforcement Department’s documents administration system.”
Hoyt is envisioned to next look in courtroom July 12.