Stony Brook Teacher Arrested for Sexual Misconduct

UPDATED: Held on $25,000 cash bail, must wear GPS, stay away from kids
Noah Campbell-Halley, a teacher at Stony Brook Elementary, has been arrested for alleged sexual misconduct with two students during school hours. (Facebook photo retrieved by a reader and confirmed with Stony Brook parents)

UPDATED:  Today in Orleans District Court Judge Robert Welsh ordered Noah Campbell-Halley held on $25,000 cash bail.  He is further ordered to wear a GPS monitor, stay 100 feet away from schools, stay away from children and stay away from the alleged victims/families.

The alleged rapes of two boys occurred in a small room off a main classroom. Campbell-Halley allegedly took students one or two at a time to this room.  According to interviews conducted by Children's Cove, the boys allege that their teacher touched their penis and one said the teacher touched his buttocks, including digital penetration.

UPDATED:  Official Statement from Brewster Police Added

March 22, 2018

From Brewster Police - ARREST MADE IN TEACHER INVESTIGATION

BREWSTER, MA – On Sunday, March 18th, the Brewster Police Department received information from concerned parents about inappropriate sexual contact between their child and Noah Campbell-Halley (age 36 from Harwich), a technology teacher at the Stony Brook Elementary School in Brewster. The allegation pertained to an incident that occurred during school hours. Upon receiving this information, school administration was immediately notified, so appropriate action could be taken to assure the safety of the students moving forward, while the police department continued the investigation. During the course of this investigation, we learned of up to two additional potential victims. Forensic interviews were conducted with the identified students. Enough evidence was gathered for the police department to obtain an arrest warrant for Mr. Campbell-Halley for sexual misconduct with at least two of the students. With assistance from the Harwich Police Department, Campbell-Halley was arrested earlier today (March 22nd) and will be arraigned at Orleans District Court.

The investigation is still ongoing, and as a result not a lot of details or specifics will be available. The Brewster Police Department is working closely with the Nauset School Administration and the Cape and Islands District Attorney’s Office. The police department will be meeting with parents from the local schools to keep them informed of the developments in this case. Anyone with information pertaining to this ongoing investigation is encouraged to contact the Brewster Police Department Detective Unit at 508-896-7011.

Original story

Stony Brook Elementary School technology teacher Noah Campbell-Halley, age 36, of Harwich has been arrested on allegations of sexual misconduct with at least two children during school hours.  

Brewster Police arranged forensic interviews with the two alleged victimsand gathered sufficient evidence for an arrest warrant.  Police are investigating two more potential victims.

Campbell-Halley was placed on administrative leave by Nauset Superintendent Thomas Conrad on Monday after police notified him of the allegations.

Conrad has scheduled a meeting with parents tonight at 6 p.m. in the Stony Brook cafeteria.

This is the second criminal matter to hit Stony Brook Elementary School this school year.  In late 2017 the principal, Mary Patricia Allen, was charged with breaking into an ex-boyfriend's apartment where she allegedly stole sex toys and a book.  The charges were subsequently dropped, with Ms. Allen making a $350 restitution payment to a Belchertown woman.  Principal Allen, who had been placed on administrative leave, was then reinstated by Superintendent Conrad.

Superintendent Conrad has never responded to an email from CCToday asking whether he would employ Ms. Allen next school year.

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