Two Akron firefighters accused of filming porn while on the job will no longer serve with the department, the mayor's office announced Friday afternoon.

Station 9 Lt. Art Dean and Station 3 provisional Lt. Deann Eller allegedly filmed pornographic material at a fire station on Akron-Peninsula Road. The city now says Dean has agreed to discipline for "conduct unbecoming of a member of the Akron Fire Department" and will no longer eligible to serve. He remains on unpaid suspension, as of now.

Eller, meanwhile, offered her resignation/retirement today, which the city accepted. Officials say her retirement was voluntary and she had not been officially disciplined.

Provisional Lt. Deann Eller resignation by WKYC.com on Scribd

It is not believed neither Dean nor Eller will face criminal charges, but Fire Chief Clarence Tucker strongly condemned their actions earlier this week, adding he is unsure how many videos the two allegedly filmed.

"These distressing allegations bring dishonor and embarrassment to our department and the city, and unfairly discredit the reputation of Akron firefighters," Tucker said. "I know this department and this is not who we are."

According to an earlier joint statement from Tucker and Mayor Dan Horrigan, Dean and Eller are currently in a "long-term relationship."

Joint Statement of Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan and Fire Chief Clarence Tucker Re Employee Investigation by WKYC.com on Scribd