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Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office swears in four new assistant prosecutors

Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office swears in four new assistant prosecutors


Paige Cramer, Alyssa Gilboy, Jessica Marie O’Hearn and Shelby Scheffler were sworn in as assistant prosecutors Thursday morning. They will serve under acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Cary Shill.

MAYS LANDING — Four assistant prosecutors were sworn in Thursday at the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office, acting Prosecutor Cary Shill said.

The new assistant prosecutors are Paige Cramer, Alyssa Gilboy, Jessica Marie O’Hearn and Shelby Scheffler. Judge Bernard DeLury Jr. swore them in.

Cramer, an Atlantic County native, is a 2008 graduate of Atlantic City High School. She earned a bachelor’s degree in education with a minor in sociology from Arcadia University.

Gilboy, of Marlton, Burlington County, is a 2017 graduate of McDaniel College.

O’Hearn, also of Marlton, is a 2017 graduate of Rutgers University-Camden.

Scheffler, an Atlantic County native, is a 2017 graduate of Temple University.

All four are graduates of Widener University Delaware Law School

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