A veteran Cleveland police sergeant sent social-media messages to some 2,300 women while on-duty, according to court records. Sgt. Michael Rybarczyk is being charged with three counts of fifth-degree felony unauthorized use of property. Two of the charges accuse Rybarczyk of looking up two women’s information using the national Law Enforcement Automated Database System. The third felony charge was for his alleged use of his police computer to send messages to 2,300 women during an almost eight-month span. Internal affairs detectives and prosecutors found the emails after investigating Rybarczyk on accusations that he solicited prostitutes while on-duty. The sergeant was also charged with 11 first-degree misdemeanor charges of soliciting prostitutes, according to court records. His arraignment on the felony charges is set for April 1.