In a move in-keeping with his zero-tolerance stance on corruption, New Haven Police Chief James Lewis placed Michael Hunter, a seasoned NHPD detective, on administrative leave for the alleged exploitation of a national crime database, the New Haven Independent reported.

The detective is not new to accusations of corruption: He was also charged with stealing $40,000 through his leadership at a local police charity, the Silver Shields, in 2005. The money was meant to fund college scholarships. Hunter is expected to appear in front of the Board of Police Commissioners on Oct. 14.