A Chesapeake police officer has been charged with abduction, rape and stalking, the department said Wednesday.

Police lieutenant Sean Maddox was arrested on June 1 and now faces eight total charges. He has been with the Chesapeake Police since 2008.      

The Chesapeake Police Ethics and Conduct Unit received a complaint about Maddox earlier this year, and the case was transferred to a criminal investigations team, according to a press release.   

Court records show the alleged offenses took place in April and May.

The investigation is ongoing, according to the department. 

A police spokesperson said Maddox is still employed but on leave.       

Maddox is charged with abuction with intent to defile, rape, two counts of forcible sodomy, two counts of threatening bodily harm and two counts of stalking.

The department did not provide further details about the case.