The Mercer County District Attorney has charged two former Sharon officers after being accused of falsifying documents and lying about the theft of a service weapon. 

Thirty-one-year-old Matthew Paul Lehman is being charged with one count of Obstruction of Administration of Law or Other Governmental Function and one count of Unsworn Falsification to authorities.

Lehman is accused of falsifying police reports to the Sharon Police Department concerning the theft of his issued service weapon and duty belt. 

Twenty-five-year-old Kallie Marshall is being charged with unlawful duplication, and computer trespass remove data, unsworn falsification and assault. 

Marshall is accused of accessing the Sharon police department's visual alert report and search warrants concerning the theft of Lehman's service weapon. 

According to the Mercer County District Attorney's office, Marshall is accused of accessing the Sharon police department computer system 11 times without authorization. 

Officials say that Marshall printed a theft report and documents related to the stolen weapon and belt. Marshall is then accused of showing the reports to Lehman. 

At the time of the alleged incidents, Lehman and Marshall lived with each other. 

According to the release, Marshall intentionally misled a public servant who was investigating the theft. Marshall allegedly lied to the public servant about being at Lehman's house at the time his weapon and duty belt were stolen. 

Lehman's service weapon was recovered, but the investigation into the actual theft is still ongoing.