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WI DOJ Agents Partner With Menomonee Fall's Police Department and Washington County Sheriff's Office in Arrest of Noah M. Borkholder (Internet Crimes Against Children Case)




 MADISON - On May 24, 2010, Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) agents, assisted by Washington County Sheriff's Office and the Menomonee Fall's Police Department, arrested a Hartford man at a location predetermined from internet chat room conversations he believed were with a 13 year old Washington County girl.


According to the criminal complaint, Borkholder admitted during post-arrest interviews that he had engaged in internet chatting with who he believed to be a minor under the age of 16, that the conversations had been sexual in nature, and that he had planned on meeting her at the location where he was arrested. Borkholder has been charged with 1 Count of Use of a Computer to Facilitate a Child Sex Crime.


A copy of the criminal complaint.


Questions concerning this case should be directed to the Waukesha County District Attorney's Office.


A defendant enjoys the presumption of innocence. The prosecution must prove its allegations at trial beyond a reasonable doubt.