Cops: Woman claims to be N.J. trooper to get free McDonald’s food

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, NJ (Warren County) – A Hunterdon County woman was charged last week after she allegedly demanded free food because she was a New Jersey state trooper.

Rachel Woodburn, 39, of Bloomsbury, NJ was charged with disorderly conduct and a local ordinance of maintaining a nuisance, police said.

On August 24 at 11:33 a.m., township police responded to the McDonald’s Fast Food restaurant, located at 461 Route 31 south, for a woman allegedly yelling and demanding free food because she is a New Jersey state police officer, police said.

After Woodburn caused the disturbance in the McDonald’s, she drove off but was quickly located by an officer, police said.

The investigation resulted in Woodburn being charged. She was processed and released with a mandatory court date, police said.

Police didn’t release if the female was actually a state trooper.

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By: Jay Edwards Follow on Twitter | Like on Facebook