Out on Parole Killer Thrown Back in Prison with Loaded Gun and Drugs
Ahmed Hassan Dar 25 was facing a possible life sentence in 2015 after being charged with murder
JERSEY CITY, NJ- A Jersey City killer who avoided possibly going to prison for life when he took a plea deal four years ago is in trouble with the law again.
Ahmed Hassan Dar, 25, was thrown back in prison after Edison police say he had drugs on him and a loaded handgun was found in a car in which he was a passenger early morning.
Dar — on parole after serving four years of a five-year sentence for the 2013 shooting death of Roman Kaploun in Jersey City — was charged with weapons possession, possession and distribution of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Darr and weapons offenses.
He was released from prison on May 2, 2018.
Dar was arrested Tuesday at 2:30 a.m. after a black Nissan Maxima being driven erratically on Route 1 was pulled over. Officers found a loaded Smith & Wesson semi-automatic handgun, numerous wax folds of heroin and more than $500 in cash in the vehicle, police said
It is believed the cash was proceeds from drug sales in the vehicle. The officers then discovered more wax folds of heroin in Dar’s boot, authorities said.