N.J. Hitler look-alike busted with stash of guns and ammo



An Adolf Hitler-stached New Jersey man was busted with a stash of guns and ammo while lurking in the woods.

Lacey police said the heavily armed Hitler-wannabe was giving off hints he was a “possible white supremacist” — if his moustache and haircut weren’t enough.

Bruce J. Post III, a convicted felon, was found with an AK-47, a pistol, eight 30-round high capacity magazines, one 100-round drum magazine, and many other types of ammunition when police arrived at the off-road spot in the woods on Sunday.

He was also wearing combat gear when cops found him.

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Officers also found shovels and tarps in the Nazi sympathizer’s car.

Post was linked to a 1995 murder of Andrew Whited, who was brutally stabbed to death by his younger brother, Joseph.

Post was convicted for cleaning up the bloody scene after Whited was stabbed 29 times and cut across the throat.

The killing was the subject of “Evil Kin: Brothers in Arms,” an Investigation Discovery documentary.

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“Post was known to own a Nazi uniform, and to don it and walk through the streets, sometimes goose-stepping throught the streets,” the show explained.

Because of Post’s notorious history in Trenton and Hamilton, police conducted a thorough search throughout the area after finding the shovels in his car, Lacy chief David Paprota said in a statement.

Post was charged with five counts of unlawful possession of a weapon, and held on a $400,000 bond.

He was with an unidentified friend, who has not been charged.

The multi-agency task force regularly patrols the wooded area in Lacey and Ocean and was formed after an increasing amount of trespassers in recent weeks.

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