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WOODBURY — A Gloucester County grand jury, during the week of Dec. 8, indicted the following people:

— Marquis T. Simpson, 21, of Springfield Gardens, N.Y. , for trafficking personal identification information, possession of incomplete credit cards, receiving stolen property and 15 counts of credit card theft in East Greenwich on June 14.

— Travis D. Johnson, 21, of Jamaica, N.Y., for trafficking in personal ID information, possession of incomplete credit cards, credit card theft and receiving stolen property in East Greenwich on June 14.

— Armando Jiminez-Leon, 38, of Pennsgrove, for knowingly exhibiting false ID documents on July 30 in Woolwich.

— Richard W. Campbell Jr., 42, of Atco, for shoplifting in Mantua on March17.

— Matthew R. Nutter, 25, of Sewell for two counts of sexual assault with a person more than four years younger and one count of endangering the welfare of a child on dates between Dec. 25, 2013 and Feb. 2, 2014 in Washington Township.

— George W. Lonabaugh III, 32, of Westville, for filming the intimate parts of another without consent and endangering the welfare of a child on April 21 in Paulsboro.

— Anthony R. Mara, 53, of Glassboro, for possession of CD, possession of prescription-legend drugs not in the original container, unlawful possession of an imitation firearm and obstruction of the administration of law in Glassboro on Aug.14.

— James Reilly, 44, of National Park, for receiving stolen property on July 18 in National Park.

— Matthew J. Barbone, 35, of Williamstown, for receiving stolen property in Monroe Township on Aug. 22.

— BL Thomas Hunter, 64, of Altadena, Calif., for burglary, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of dum-dum bullets, impersonating a law enforcement officer and possession of false ID in Monroe Township on June 25.

— Pedro J. Soto, 33, of Williamstown, for burglary in Monroe on June 25.

— Abdelrazek A. Ellakany, 69, of Philadelphia, for burglary in Monroe Township on June 25.

— Brock H. Buhles, 23, of Deptford, for burglary, theft and conspiracy to commit burglary in Deptford on Sept. 17.

— Devon L. Hollawell, 20, of Deptford, for conspiracy to commit burglary and receiving stolen property in Deptford on Sept. 17.

— William J. Tripodi Jr., 23, of Wenonah, for burglary, theft and conspiracy to commit burglary in Deptford on Sept. 17.

— Brantley L. Owens, 34, of Paulsboro, for threatening violence, possession of a weapon for unlawful purposes and criminal mischief in Paulsboro on Aug. 17.

— Darien F. Tate, 27, of Bear, Del., for burglary in Logan Township on Aug. 23.

— Michael L. Corsey, 42, of Camden, for criminal mischief in Deptford on July 1.

— Anthony S. Coleman, 30, of Williamstown, for criminal mischief, burglary and theft in Monroe Township on Sept. 6.

— Jahvon D. Carter, 24, of Freeport, N.Y., for trafficking 50 items of personal ID information and receiving stolen property in East Greenwich on Sept. 17.

— Troy A. Green, 24, of Freeport, N.Y., for trafficking 50 items of personal ID information and receiving stolen property in East Greenwich on Sept. 17.

— Edward J. Bruce, 42, of Sicklerville, for burglary, theft and conspiracy to commit burglary in Monroe on Sept. 5.

— Angelisha R. Potts, 27, of Brigantine, for burglary, theft and conspiracy to commit burglary on Sept. 5 in Monroe Township.

— Charles R. Hopkins, 29, of Williamstown, for burglary and theft in Monroe on Aug. 30.

— Cameron E. Goode, 40, of Glassboro, for operating a motor vehicle during a license suspension on May 29 in Harrison Township.

— Nigel B. Patterson, 23, of Pitman, for possession of CDS, distributing less than .5 ounces of heroin or cocaine and distributing CDS in a school zone in Pitman on Oct. 18.

— Samantha M. Sadlowski, 25, of Woodbury, for possession of CDS in West Deptford on July 30.

— Robert A. Madden Jr., 21, of Paulsboro, for possession of CDSm distribution of stramonium preparation and distribution of less that five grams of marijuana in Paulsboro on Aug. 25.

— William B. Sims Jr., 31, of Wenonah, for burglary and theft on Aug. 7 in Paulsboro.