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N.J. troopers discover huge weapons cache


By Allison Steele and Jan Hefler
Philadelphia Inquirer

GLOUCESTER COUNTY, N.J. — New Jersey state police say they discovered a massive arsenal of weapons and ammunition at the Gloucester County home of a former police officer who allegedly pulled a gun on two troopers.

Brian Hinkle, 59, was arrested Monday on charges of aggravated assault after officers went to his home in Franklin Township to investigate a burglary in the area. When they asked him to go to the police station for questioning, authorities said, Hinkle ran into his house and brandished a gun.

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