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Madison Police Arrest Two More Through Operation Predator Net

Operation Predator Net remains ongoing, and more arrests are expected in cases still under investigation.

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(Madison, Ind.) – On Friday, October 9, the Madison Police Department arrested two additional men as part of their “Operation Predator Net,” for child solicitation.

The first man arrested was 38-year-old Andrew R. Coridan, of Freedom, Indiana. In the investigation led by Madison Police Detective Sergeant Shawn Scudder, Coridan traveled to Madison to meet with who he believed to be a 14-year-old female, with the intention of committing a sexual act.

Coridan was taken into custody after arriving at the agreed-upon meeting location on the charges of child solicitation (level 4 felony), attempted sexual misconduct with a minor, and disseminating harmful material to a minor (level 6 felony).

The second man arrested was 57-year-old Rick A. Deck, of Kokomo, Indiana. Deck traveled from Kokomo to meet up with who he believed was a 14-year-old female, with the intent to commit a sexual act.

Deck was taking in custody after arriving at the agreed-upon meeting location on the charges of child solicitation (level 4 custody), attempted sexual misconduct with a minor (level 4 felony), possession of marijuana, and driving while suspended.

The two are innocent unless otherwise proven guilty in the court of law.

Operation Predator Net remains ongoing, and more arrests are expected in cases still under investigation.

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