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COURT HOUSE - A Cape May County grand jury handed up 21 indictments June 1. 

The abbreviation CDS below stands for controlled dangerous substance.   

A "certain person" charge can be brought against individuals whose previous convictions bar them from having weapons. 

Corey A. Bralczyk was indicted on two third-degree counts for theft and criminal restraint.

Maritza A. Castro faces four third-degree counts for forgery, two counts, uttering a forged instrument, and theft.  

James T. Reed-Price was indicted for unlawful taking of a means of conveyance, 2020 Jeep Compass. The count is in the third degree.

Frank R. Matlack  allegedly entered an apartment on Seashore Road, in Lower Township, illegally. He faces a third-degree count for burglary.

Stephen J. Frame, Shawn Winters, and Edward Wiest were separately indicted for third-degree possession of a CDS. In each case, the CDS was methamphetamine.  

Diane Simonds faces a count of third-degree aggravated assault dating to a July 4, 2020, incident in Lower Township. 

Barry C. Edwards was named in a second-degree count for possession of a weapon for unlawful purpose, along with a fourth-degree count for aggravated assault. The weapon was a .40 caliber handgun, which Edwards is said to have pointed in the direction of the victim.

Don G. Riggins was indicted for fourth-degree cyber harassment.

Alyssa M. Schools faces a three-count indictment, with two counts third-degree unlawful possession of a weapon, a loaded rifle, and one fourth-degree count for hindering apprehension.

Matthew J. Warren was indicted for third-degree resisting arrest, along with two counts of fourth-degree throwing bodily fluids. The incident occurred in Wildwood in April.

Kevin M. Smith was indicted for attempted burglary, third degree, of a home on Rose Lane in Lower Township.

Bridget K. Pollack faces a third-degree count for aggravated assault on a police officer in Ocean City in April. The indictment also contains a fourth-degree count for obstructing the rule of law.

James J. Liston and Christopher J. Liston were jointly named in a second-degree count for unlawful possession of a weapon, multiple unpermitted assault firearms. 

Christopher Liston also faces another second-degree count for unlawful possession of a weapon for a Glock 43 handgun, along with two third-degree counts for a prohibited weapon, a sawed-off shotgun and hollow-point bullets.

Thomas Edger faces a third-degree count of theft and a fourth-degree count for unlawful theft of a credit card.

James F. Redmond II was indicted for fourth-degree unlawful taking of a means of conveyance, a 2021 Chrysler 300.

Sherri E. Lucci was indicted on two counts of third-degree aggravated assault involving police officers in Wildwood. She also faces a fourth-degree count for obstructing the rule of law.

Thomas A. Adamcik faces a second-degree count for unlawful possession of a weapon, a Glock 9mm handgun, as well as a fourth-degree count for possession of a prohibited weapon, hollow-point bullets.

Raymond W. Keller was indicted on two third-degree counts for unlawful practice of medicine and attempting to obtain a CDS by fraud. The CDS in question was diazepam. Keller also faces a fourth-degree count for impersonation.

Rosemary Papanek and Mark L. Pirrotta were jointly named in two third-degree counts for conspiracy and theft by deception. Papanek individually faces two additional third-degree counts for forgery and uttering a forged instrument.

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