POLICE ARREST Heather Ganz ,Mikiel A...

POLICE ARREST Heather Ganz ,Mikiel Adl,Robert Arthur, & Jasmine Hunter,

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#1 Mar 30, 2011
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EDISON — The Union County Homicide Team has arrested five township residents in addition to another man in custody for the alleged homicide of a Plainfield man, according to authorities.
Police arrested Heather Ganz , 26; Mikiel Adl, 25; Robert Arthur, 26; and Jasmine Hunter, 19. Each is is charged with first-degree distribution of heroin and cocaine, possession of heroin and cocaine and possession of unlawful weapons, which were guns, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow said.
Ganz, Arthur and Hunter are being held at the Union County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bail, Romankow said. Adl is being held on $100,000 bail, he said.
Nicole Timons, 20, is being held on previous warrants for an arrest out of Delaware, Romankow said. Timons also faces additional New Jersey charges.
The five were arrested Saturday morning at 29 Fox Road following the arrest of Malcolm Bradley, who is charged with the March 16 murder of Curtis Stroud of Plainfield, Romankow said.
All will appear in Superior Court in New Brunswick, Romankow said.
Township and state police assisted with the arrests, Romankow added.
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North Brunswick, NJ

#2 Jun 11, 2013
THIS STORY BELOW RELATES TO INDIVIDUAL ABOVE STORY , THE NAMES RANG A BELL IN A PREVIOUS ARTICLE I PUBLISHED IN THE NEWS & FORUM & AS A JOURNALIST, I DID MY RESEARCH ON THESE CRIMINALS.

READ FULL ARTICLE ON Ahmed v. Township of Edison, No. 08-cv-0066 - edison1205
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11, 2007, at approximately 12:20 A.M., one Heather Ganz called 911 relative to an incident with plaintiff.(Defs.' 56.1 Stmt. at ¶ 2; Doc. No. 22.) In response to that ...

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NJ Civil Settlements: Edison pays $27,500 to settle police excessive ...
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Edison pays $27,500 to settle police excessive force and malicious prosecution suit
On July 16, 2012, the Township of Edison (Middlesex County) agreed to pay $27,500 to a man who sued members of the Edison Police Department for allegedly beating him and maliciously prosecuting him.

In his suit, Taleb Ahmed said that on September 11, 2007 he "was falsely arrested, violently assaulted and brutally beaten, hit with a weapon, pushed into the ground, and held in jail by" Edison police officers Theodore Hamer, Michael Dotro, Peter Conforte and Sergeant Jason Gerba. He claims that he was charged with obstruction of justice and resisting arrest, but that the Grand Jury returned a "no bill" when the Township sought an indictment against him.

The case is captioned Ahmed v. Edison, Federal Case No. 2:08-cv-00066 and Ahmed's attorney was Nicholas Martino of Marlboro. Case documents are on-line here.

None of Ahmed's allegations have been proven or disproven in court. The settlement agreement resolution expressly states that the $27,500 payment does not constitute an admission of wrongdoing by Edison or any of its officials. All that is known for sure is that Edison or its insurer, for whatever reason, decided that it would rather pay Ahmed $27,500 than take the matter to trial. Perhaps the defendants' decision to settle was done to save further legal expense and the costs of trying what were in fact exaggerated or meritless claims. Or, perhaps the claims were true and the defendants wanted to avoid being embarrassed at trial. This is the problem when cases settle before trial--it is impossible to know the truth of what really happened.

ARE YOU KIDDING ME? ONCE AGAIN THESE CRIMINAL THUGS NOW WINNING THE GHETTO LOTTERY?
I DID MY RESEARCH ON THESE INDIVIDUALS AND ASKED AROUND AND THE BELOW STORY RELATES TO THE ABOVE CHARGED HEATHER GANS CONVICTED FELONS TALEB AHMED BOTH WITH LONG HISTORY OF ARRESTS INVOLVING NARCOTICS,THEFTS,CREDIT CARDS UNAUTHORIZED SCAMS TO JUST NAME A FEW. A TYPICAL SCAM BELOW WHERE THEORY IS THE POLICE WERE SET-UP BY THESE THUGS OR SHOULD I SAY "WANNA BE'S "
EDISON NJ NEWS

North Brunswick, NJ

#3 Jun 11, 2013
THIS STORY BELOW RELATES TO AN INDIVIDUAL HEATHER GANZ IN ABOVE STORY , THE NAMES RANG A BELL IN A PREVIOUS ARTICLE I PUBLISHED IN THE NEWS & FORUM & AS A JOURNALIST, I DID MY RESEARCH ON THESE CRIMINALS.

READ FULL ARTICLE ON Ahmed v. Township of Edison, No. 08-cv-0066 - edison1205
edison1205.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/ahmed -... ;
11, 2007, at approximately 12:20 A.M., one Heather Ganz called 911 relative to an incident with plaintiff.(Defs.' 56.1 Stmt. at ¶ 2; Doc. No. 22.) In response to that ...

ARTICLE TAKEN FROM AND FULL STORY BY CLICKING LINK
NJ Civil Settlements: Edison pays $27,500 to settle police excessive ...
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Edison pays $27,500 to settle police excessive force and malicious prosecution suit
On July 16, 2012, the Township of Edison (Middlesex County) agreed to pay $27,500 to a man who sued members of the Edison Police Department for allegedly beating him and maliciously prosecuting him.

In his suit, Taleb Ahmed said that on September 11, 2007 he "was falsely arrested, violently assaulted and brutally beaten, hit with a weapon, pushed into the ground, and held in jail by" Edison police officers Theodore Hamer, Michael Dotro, Peter Conforte and Sergeant Jason Gerba. He claims that he was charged with obstruction of justice and resisting arrest, but that the Grand Jury returned a "no bill" when the Township sought an indictment against him.

The case is captioned Ahmed v. Edison, Federal Case No. 2:08-cv-00066 and Ahmed's attorney was Nicholas Martino of Marlboro. Case documents are on-line here.

None of Ahmed's allegations have been proven or disproven in court. The settlement agreement resolution expressly states that the $27,500 payment does not constitute an admission of wrongdoing by Edison or any of its officials. All that is known for sure is that Edison or its insurer, for whatever reason, decided that it would rather pay Ahmed $27,500 than take the matter to trial. Perhaps the defendants' decision to settle was done to save further legal expense and the costs of trying what were in fact exaggerated or meritless claims. Or, perhaps the claims were true and the defendants wanted to avoid being embarrassed at trial. This is the problem when cases settle before trial--it is impossible to know the truth of what really happened.

COMMENT:
ARE YOU KIDDING ME? ONCE AGAIN THESE CRIMINAL THUGS NOW WINNING THE GHETTO LOTTERY?
I DID MY RESEARCH ON THESE INDIVIDUALS AND ASKED AROUND AND THE BELOW STORY RELATES TO THE ABOVE CHARGED HEATHER GANS CONVICTED FELONS TALEB AHMED BOTH WITH LONG HISTORY OF ARRESTS INVOLVING NARCOTICS,THEFTS,CREDIT CARDS-USE UNAUTHORIZED,SCAMS TO JUST NAME A FEW. A TYPICAL SCAM YET AGAIN WHERE THEORY IS THE POLICE WERE SET-UP BY THESE THUGS OR SHOULD I SAY "WANNA BE" BUT FELONS GANZ 28 ,AHMED 31 WHO BELONG IN PRISON AND SOON HEADED JUST THERE

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EDISON NJ NEWS

North Brunswick, NJ

#4 Jun 11, 2013
ARTICLE LINK FOR ABOVE ARTICLE'S
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http://njcivilsettlements.blogspot.com/2012/0...

HEATHER GANZ
TALEB AHMED VS EDISON

NJ Civil Settlements: Edison pays $27,500 to settle police excessive ...

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Newark, NJ

#5 Jul 30, 2015
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