By Bill Gallo Jr. | For NJ.com
A Penns Grove man has been indicted by a Salem County grand jury for his alleged using a “knife or machete-type object,” according to court documents.”
Matthew D. Rolle, 31, was indicted last week two counts of first-degree criminal attempt, two counts of second-degree aggravated assault, two counts of third-degree aggravated assault, one count of third-degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and one fourth-degree count of unlawful possession of a weapon.
The alleged attacks took place March 16 in Penns Grove, according to court records. The 29-year-old man and a 49-year-old woman were found at a Walnut Street residence with “multiple injuries to their upper bodies and heads.”
He is currently being held in the Salem County Correctional Facility in Mannington Township on $500,000 cash bail
In other grand jury action:
• Lorenzo L. Murillo Jr., 28, of West Grove, Pa., was indicted on charges of third-degree aggravated assault, third-degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, fourth degree unlawful possession of a weapon and fourth degree criminal mischief, court records said.
According to the indictment, on Nov. 21 Murillo allegedly used a deadly weapon, a metal pipe, to injure another man and also caused damage to the victim’s personal property in excess of $500.
• Dimekia Ashlock, 23, of Carneys Point was indicted last week on a third-degree charge of hindering apprehension or prosecution, according to court documents.
On April 19 in Carneys Point Ashlock provided false information to a law enforcement officers, according to the indictment, “to hinder her own apprehension, prosecution, conviction or punishment.”
• Dana L. Daniel, 26, of Penns Grove was indicted on a fourth-degree charge of criminal trespass, according to court documents.
On March 16 in Penns Grove Daniel “did peer into a window or other opening of a dwelling” on East Main Street “for the purpose of invading the privacy of another person and under circumstances in which a reasonable person in the dwelling or structure would not expect to be observed,” the indictment said.