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Two Mantua Residents Found Dead From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Inside Garage in Paulsboro

Gloucester County

By: Najla Alexander 

Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office detectives are investigating the death of two Paulsboro residents found dead inside their home’s garage from CO poisoning Tuesday. 

Police said on Tuesday, December 13, at approximately 11:00 a.m., the Paulsboro Police Department was dispatched to a detached garage on East Monroe Street for a report of two unconscious males, Gloucester County Prosecutor Christine A. Hoffman said. 

Authorities say upon arrival, officers found both males dead inside the detached garage, which was utilized as a vehicle repair shop.  

Gloucester County Prosecutor Christine A. Hoffman Identified the individuals are Lloyd M. Campbell, 73, owner of the East Monroe Street property, and Allen E. Nicholas, Jr., 63, of Mantua. 

According to officials on Wednesday, December 14, Gloucester County Medical Examiner Gerald Feigin conducted the post-mortem examination and ruled the cause of both deaths as Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and the manner as Accident.

Anyone with additional information relevant to this investigation is encouraged to contact Det. Krystal Santiago of the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office at 856-384-5508 or D/Sgt. Len Vasta of the Paulsboro Police Department at 856-423-1101.

Information can also be e-mailed to the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office at