Bounty Hunter Admits Collecting Fees For Fugitives Caught By Police

A bounty hunter who formerly lived in Jersey City pleaded guilty today to conspiring in a scheme in which he had sheriff’s officers sign false documents so he could collect additional fees by claiming to capture fugitives who had already been apprehended by police, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced. The bounty hunter paid the sheriff’s officers for their aid. The sheriff’s officers, who previously pleaded guilty, are awaiting sentencing.

Adel Mikhaeil, 47, who now lives in Stroudsburg, Pa., also pleaded guilty to paying bribes to an insurance company executive and an employee of a company that locates fugitives for bail bond insurers in return for giving him more business. Mikhaeil pleaded guilty before Superior Court Judge Stuart A. Minkowitz in Morris County to all 14 counts against him contained in a Sept. 30, 2008 indictment obtained by the Division of Criminal Justice.

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