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Caldwell man arrested for child enticement, stalking and attempted sexual abuse

Chad Mclean, 41, was arrested Sunday morning and is being held at the Canyon County Jail. Caldwell Police detectives are still investigating and additional charges may soon follow.

A Caldwell man has been arrested on several charges in the Caldwell and Twin Falls area including child enticement, first degree stalking, and 3 counts of attempted sexual abuse of a child under the age of 16.

Chad Mclean, 41, was arrested Sunday morning and is being held at the Canyon County Jail. Caldwell Police detectives are still investigating and additional charges may soon follow.

On September 16 Caldwell Police officers responded to a report of attempted child enticement in the area Kimball and Freeport. Witnesses described a heavy set, white male with facial hair and glasses, driving a silver 4 door Hyundai passenger car who attempted to lure two juvenile females into his vehicle.

On September 21, 2017 the department received another report of a similarly described suspect who attempted to lure another juvenile female into his vehicle in the area of Kimball and Denver before leaving the area in a silver Hyundai passenger car.

Sunday morning, witnesses reported seeing the same suspect vehicle driving slowly through the area again and notified police.

Officers located a 2002 Hyundai Elantra was located parked in the area of Kimball and Main Street. The registered owner, Mclean, was at a nearby business.

Mclean was interviewed and ultimately arrested for child enticement.

Caldwell Police then contacted the Twin Falls Police Department saying they had an individual in custody who matched the description of a Twin Falls child enticement suspect. After interviewing Mclean, Twin Falls police department charged him with first degree stalking and three counts of attempted sexual abuse of a child under the age of 16.

Anyone or their child who may have been recently approached by Mclean or a man matching his description is encouraged to contact police.

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