Lodi Boys and Girls Club raises $1,025 for Umer Hayat
Umer Hayat stands next to his ice cream truck Friday, Sept. 29, 2006.
- Umer Hayat’s case history
Aug. 25: Hayat sentenced to 11 months in prison, the time he has already spent in custody. His electric monitoring bracelet is removed and he goes home.
May 31: Hayat pleads guilty to lying about the amount of money he and his family were taking to Pakistan. In exchange, prosecutors dismiss all terror-related charges against him.
June 16: Grad Jury indicts Hayat on charges of making false statements to FBI about alleged terrorist ties.
June 5, 2005: Umer Hayat arrested along with son, Hamid.
— Matt Brown
Posted: Friday, September 29, 2006 10:00 pm
Umer Hayat is trying to get his life back on track and he got a big boost on Friday.
The Lodi Boys and Girls Club gave Hayat, 48, a check for $1,025 to help the Pakistani-American who has fallen on hard times after spending 11 months in jail.
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