Four NJ Police Officers Indicted for Plotting Revenge Against A Fifth Officer


A North Brunswick police officer arrested an Edison police officer for DUI.

The Edison police officer then conspired with three of his Edison police pals to plot revenge against the North Brunswick officer who arrested him.

The Edison officer was then found to be an all around dirtbag, engaging in vandalism, having drugs and drug paraphernalia, having illegal weapons, and was also charged with attempted murder after setting fire to the home of his superior officer.

When they will conspire to harm one of their own, they won't even hesitate to ruin your life.

Side note: Officer Dotro was supported and exonerated by his department after allegations that he beat up several East Indian people during Indian Independence Day celebrations in New Jersey.

"A Middlesex County grand jury has indicted four Edison police officers for allegedly planning retaliation against a North Brunswick police officer because of a drunken-driving charge.An 11-count indictment, handed up on Oct. 24, charges officers Michael A. Dotro, 37, of Manalapan; Brian Favretto, 39, of Brick; and Victor E. Aravena, 42, and William H. Gesell, 46, both of Edison, with conspiracy and official misconduct.

Dotro, Aravena and Gesell were charged in March with fourth-degree counts of conspiracy and official misconduct.

The officers allegedly planned between Jan. 18, 2012, and May 1, 2012, to retaliate against the North Brunswick officer by improperly accessing information about him and performing surveillance of him and his travel habits, according to the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office.

In addition, Gesell was charged with unlawfully accessing a police computer system, along with a related count of official misconduct for seeking information on the North Brunswick officer.

An investigation by the prosecutor determined that the retaliation was planned after the North Brunswick police officer arrested an associate of Dotro on a charge of driving while intoxicated.

Dotro subsequently conspired with his three fellow police officers to retaliate against the North Brunswick officer, according to authorities. No actual retaliation was undertaken, however."