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COURT HOUSE - A Cape May County grand jury handed up 14 indictments March 23.  

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.  

Axel J. Hernandez-Candelawas indicted for third-degree receiving stolen property, a 1994 Toyota Corolla, and fourth-degree operating a motor vehicle while on second license suspension. 

Marlon Brownfaces two counts of third-degree possession of a CDS, amphetamine and alprazolam, along with two fourth-degree counts for possession of a prescription legend drug. Brown was also named in a count for third-degree theft. 

Brandon J. Manyak and Andrew I. Harriswere indicted for conspiracy to commit shoplifting and shoplifting, both counts third degree. The incident involved merchandise from a Burleigh store. 

Kimberly J. Glennon and Evodio Rojasface certain person counts. Glennon was convicted of arson, in 2019. She was found with ammunition and a steak knife, leading to two fourth-degree certain person counts.  

Rojas was also found with ammunition. Rojas faces a fourth-degree certain person count due to a 2006 conviction for aggravated assault. 

Danny J. Chesterwas indicted on two counts of unlawful possession of a weapon, a loaded .22 caliber rifle and a loaded NXG US .177 rifle. Both counts were third degree. 

Tyreek T. Handywas indicted for unlawful possession of a weapon, a knife, and certain person, both counts fourth degree. Handy was convicted in Pennsylvania for possession of a CDS with intent to distribute. 

Christopher T. Foster faces two counts of possession of a CDS. One count was fourth degree, Flouro-ABD, and one was third degree, methadone. 

Regina M. Demalavezwas named in two third-degree counts for burglary and theft involving a home on Route 9, in Lower Township. 

Christine M. Priolewas indicted for burglary and endangering the welfare of a child, both counts third degree. 

Charlaine R. Cannonfaces a second-degree count for eluding police. 

Lindsay M. Thompsonwas indicted for bad checks, third degree, after writing a $5,000 check she knew the bank would not honor, according to the indictment. 

Matthew R. Monroe was named on a 10-count indictment, including four counts of third-degree possession of a CDS – cocaine, methamphetamine, buprenorphine and alprazolam.   

He also faces three counts of third-degree possession with intent to distribute and one count of intent to distribute in the second degree.  

The final two counts were for intent to distribute drug paraphernalia, fourth degree, and money laundering, third degree. 

James P. Maineswas indicted for third-degree possession of a CDS, methamphetamine, and prescription legend drug, fourth degree.  

Niki Kelly, Ian Harris and Brandon J. Manyakwere indicted for third-degree possession of a CDS, methamphetamine. Kelly and Manyak also face a third-degree count for possession of a CDS with intent to distribute and a second-degree count for intent to distribute within 500 feet of public property.  

Harris faces an additional third-degree count for possession of a CDS, heroin. 

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