Suspicious activity at Turnpike rest stop leads to 20-pound pot bust, State Police say

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State Police seized 20 pounds of marijuana and arrested two men at a New Jersey Turnpike rest stop Wednesday.Tom Wright-Piersanti/The Star-Ledger 

CRANBURY — Two men acting suspiciously at a Turnpike rest stop were arrested after state troopers found 20 pounds of marijuana in one of their cars on Wednesday afternoon, authorities said.

Jared Goldstein, a 38-year-old man from Wynnewood, Pa., and Owen Hinkson, a 38- year old from the Somerset section of Franklin, were allegedly acting suspicious in view of the troopers at the Molly Pitcher Service Area off the southbound side of the highway at 4:30 …read more

Source: NJ.com Middlesex

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