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MPD Make 19th Arrest Through Operation Predator Net

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

Christopher L. Hazelgrove, Photo Provided

(Madison, Ind.) - On Wednesday, October 14, the Madison Police Department arrested Christopher L. Hazelgrove, 33, of Madison. 

Hazelgrove was arrested on child solicitation charges (level 4 felony), attempted sexual misconduct with a minor (level 4 felony), dissemination of harmful material to a minor (level 6 felony), and resisting law enforcement (class a misdemeanor).

Hazelgrove is the 19th individual to be arrested through the Madison Police Departments 'Operation Predator Net.'

 Hazelgrove believed he was meeting a 14-year-old female, with the intent to commit a sexual act. Hazelgrove was taken into custody after arriving at the agreed-upon meeting location.

Criminal charges are merely accusations. Christopher Hazelgrove is presumed innocent unless otherwise proven guilty in a court of law.

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

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