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Lewd molestation arrest made in Broken Arrow
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Lewd molestation arrest made in Broken Arrow

Lewd molestation arrest made in Broken Arrow
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Lewd molestation arrest made in Broken Arrow

A man has been arrested in Broken Arrow on lewd molestation charges. Detectives arrested 70-year old Noel McFadden Thursday evening near 1000 North Hickory Place. McFadden  was arrested in response to allegations filed with the Department on April 13, 2017. The arrest is related to eight counts of child sexual abuse. McFadden was taken into custody without incident.

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