OMAHA, Neb. -- A police officer has resigned after being criminally cited for criminal mischief while off duty.

The Omaha Police Department said that Officer William Klees has resigned Monday in advance of his internal affairs interview which was scheduled for Monday.

OPD said his resignation is accepted and the OPD will provide documentation to the Crime Commission seeking a revocation of his law enforcement certificate.

"Officer Klees has completely disrupted the peace and sense of safety for Ms. Valentine. His actions are not indicative of the values of the hard-working women and men of the Omaha Police Department. His conduct is unbecoming of an officer and warrants his removal from the OPD."

- Chief Todd Schmaderer.

In the initial incident report, a 25-year-old woman told police that a man who lives in her building had been throwing trash on her car. According to the report, the woman said she confronted the man, and he eventually walked back into his apartment. 

It was also reported that former Officer Klees has moved from his apartment complex.