Suspected white supremacist with AK-47, ammo caught in NJ woods

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Officials conducting a detail of southern New Jersey’s rural areas arrested a suspected white supremacist after they uncovered a stockpile of guns and ammunition in the woods.

Bruce J. Post III, whom police encountered in a forested area near Bryant Road in Lacey Township as he was wearing combat gear, was arrested after police discovered a variety of guns in his possession, the Lacey Township police reported.

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Police discovered an AK-47, a 9mm handgun, eight 30-round high-capacity magazines, one 100-round drum magazine and other ammunition at the scene where they encountered Post, who gave authorities “indications of possible white-supremacist involvement,” the police stated.

Post, a Hamilton, New Jersey, resident, was charged with various counts of unlawful weapon possession and lodged at the Ocean County Correctional Facility in default of $400,000 bail, authorities added.

Because of the suspicious nature of their encounter with Post, police conducted a K-9 and foot search of the area, according to the Lacey police, which added that they also found tarps and shovels at the scene.

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The task force that found Post was established only three weeks ago to investigate increasing trespassing by people in off-road vehicles in wooded areas and criminal activity in the rural spaces west of the Garden State Parkway in Lacey Township, officials stated.