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Branchburg Quick Chek Incident

A female clerk called officers about a suspicious person at the Quick Chek store at 1296 Easton Turnpike in Branchburg, New Jersey, on January 26, 2010. Officers arrested Lloyd Woodson, and found in his possession and in his motel room a large weapons cache that included illegal weapons and ammunition, a detailed map of Fort Drum, and a traditional red-and-white Middle Eastern headdress. He was charged on multiple state and federal weapons charges. Branchburg Police Chief Brian Fitzgerald honored Quick Chek clerk Linda Yannazzno and employee Michael Murray during a township committee meeting, for calling the police to report Woodson leading to what he referred to as the most significant arrest in the department's history. Yannazzno said she knew that Woodson "had something on him", but was uncertain what it was.

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