Two southern New Jersey men face numerous charges after one of them allegedly impersonated the other at a Motor Vehicle Commission office and tried to take a vision test so the other man could get a driver's license.

Today's Sunbeam reports that 35-year-old Preston Jones of Millville and 51-year-old Rodney Gibson of
Vineland were indicted by a Salem County grand jury. Prosecutors say Jones went to the MVC's Salem City office in May and impersonated Gibson in an attempt to help secure a license for
Gibson.

Both face charges of conspiracy, tampering with public records, criminal attempt, criminal simulation and uttering a forged instrument. Jones also was charged with using another person's
personal identifying information.

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