OMAHA, Neb. -- An Omaha Police officer has been criminally cited for an incident earlier this week.

According to OPD, after the department consulted with the Omaha City Attorney's office, Officer William Klees was cited for criminal mischief. Klees will be interviewed by the department's internal affairs unit on Monday.

OPD previously issued a statement on Tuesday saying that it was aware of a Nov. 6 incident involving one of its off-duty officers.

Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer announced at the same time that he had authorized an internal investigation related to the incident.

Klees has been with OPD since 2016.

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.

Police were reviewing video of the incident.

Klees is on paid administrative leave pending the investigation's outcome.