THE BRONX (PIX11) — The Bronx District Attorney’s Office on Tuesday asked to dismiss a case against an NYPD officer, a spokesperson said.

The officer, who was off-duty during his arrest, had been accused of groping a woman at the Hard Rock Cafe at Yankee Stadium on Sept. 11, police said. Police arrested Julio Alcantara-Santiago on charges of forcible touching and sex abuse.

“A thorough investigation by the Bronx District Attorney’s Office that included speaking to witnesses, and reviewing body worn camera footage and video surveillance did not yield any criminal charges in this matter,” a spokesperson for the Bronx District Attorney’s Office said.

The officer filed a notice of claim of his intent to sue New York City for $1 million, according to records obtained by PIX11 News. According to the claim, Alcantara-Santiago was at the Yankees game with his girlfriend, nephew and aunt when he was arrested.

When he was being taken into custody, the officer told the police captain to look at the video surveillance, according to the notice of claim. The captain and other officers “viewed the video surveillance, which exculpated claimant, yet still unlawfuly (sic) placed him under arrest.”

The arrest caused Alcantara-Santiago embarrassment and humiliation, according to the claim. The officer is “completely innocent and looks forward to being reinstated as an NYPD officer now that the false charges have been dismissed,” his lawyer said.

New York City’s Law Department, which handles suits filed against the city, has not yet responded to a request for comment.