YOU READ IT HERE FIRST: A grand jury in Hackensack yesterday indicted a Megan’s Law offender originally from Lodi on charges of violating his parole by visiting social media sites.
CLIFFVIEW PILOT last year found profiles for 47-year-old Thaddeus Gil on a few social sites, including deviantART.com and YouTube. He was also listed as “available” on more than 50 others.
He primarily has used the screen name “Tgil3036,” but Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said he also used “TGil” and “Thad Gi’l.”
Gil, who moved to Newark, remained free on $25,000, posted four days after his Oct. 21, 2013 arrest on initial charges stemming from his alleged online activity.
Records show that he was sentenced in Passaic County in January 2002 for sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl. As part of his release, Gil, who found work as a driver for a Secaucus company, was to remain under community supervision for life and not use the Internet to access social media sites.
Gil was arrested following a joint investigation by members of the squad and the New Jersey State Parole Board Sex Offender Management Unit. The prosecutor also thanked Hillsdale police for providing personnel to the task force.
MUGSHOT: Courtesy BERGEN COUNTY PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE
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