WESTMINSTER, Calif. --
An O.C. police officer is accused of using law enforcement databases to meet women.The Westminster Police Department says Sgt. Bill Arganda also used the system that connects to DMV, state, and federal databases to check on romantic rivals and ex-girlfriends.
According to the Orange County Register, Arganda looked up more than 4,000 names for personal use.
He is also accused of domestic violence against two women.
The district attorney has not filed charges yet.
The Westminster Police Department has given Arganda a termination notice.
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