Tulsa Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Federal Charge of Sexually Exploiting Child

Noel McFadden

TULSA, Okla. – A former police officer pleaded guilty Friday in federal court to the sexual exploitation of a child.

Noel McFadden was indicted last month by a federal grand jury on three counts. He pleaded guilty to sexual exploitation of a child — in exchange for the other two counts — enticement and possession of child pornography — being dropped.

“There was no remorse shown and I do not believe that Mr. McFadden is indeed sorry for what he did to our children and grand children,” said Barbara Thompson.

Barbara Thompson and her daughter Amber Evans were overcome with emotion this morning.

“He led us to trust him with his background and who he was,” said Amber Evans.

McFadden has been in jail since April 2017 when he was arrested in Broken Arrow for on multiple complaints of child sex abuse. McFadden still faces trial in district court for those charges.

Sentencing for his federal charge is May 16. McFadden’s attorney says the 71-year old plans to apologize directly at that time.

“We will make sure that Mr. McFadden does not have an opportunity to step out into the public and harm another child,” said Thompson.

McFadden previously served as a police officer in Tulsa where he was assigned to the Tulsa International Airport. He also briefly worked as a commissioned reserve officer for the Broken Arrow Police Department.

Source: http://ktul.com/news/local/former-police-officer-pleads-guilty-to-federal-charge-of-sexually-exploiting-child

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