Salem man arrested for felony sexual misconduct

Indiana State Police

UPDATE: Indiana State Police Public Information Officer Carey Huls has informed us nine additional charges of sexual misconduct with a minor have been added to Noonan's original charge.

On Tuesday, September 17, 2019, Detective Travis Baker from the Indiana State Police in Sellersburg arrested a Salem man for sexual misconduct with a minor.

On Tuesday morning, Baker was contacted by the Indiana Department of Child Services and informed of possible inappropriate or illegal conduct involving a minor that allegedly occurred between the suspect and a younger girl. Baker met with and interviewed the suspect, Daniel Terrell Caleb Noonan, 19, of Mill Street in Salem later in the morning.  As a result of the investigation, Noonan is charged with sexual misconduct with a minor, a level 5 felony. This was also in violation of his probation, so he was charged with that as well.

This case is still under investigation.  After his arrest, Noonan was remanded into the custody of the Washington County Jail without incident.

Detective Baker was assisted by the Indiana Department of Child Services.


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