A teacher from the Stony Brook Elementary School in Brewster was placed under arrest today for inappropriate sexual contact with at least two students.
Brewster Police received information on Sunday, March 18, from concerned parents about the questionable contact between their child and technology teacher Noah Campbell-Halley, 36, from Harwich.
Brewster Police immediately notified school administrators and conducted an investigation. Police learned of up to two additional potential victims. Forensic interviews were conducted with the identified students and enough evidence was gathered to obtain an arrest warrant for Campbell-Halley for sexual misconduct with at least two students.
Brewster Police, with assistance from Harwich Police, arrested Campbell-Halley. He faces arraignment in Orleans District Court.
Brewster Police say the investigation is ongoing and they are working closely with the Nauset School Administration and the Cape and Islands District Attorney’s Office. Officers will also meet with parents from the local schools to keep them informed of the developments in the case.