Heading home from a hair show in Atlanta on an Augustevening last year, Irvington beauty salon owner Kindra Wrightstopped off the New Jersey Turnpike in a Mount Laurel Sunoco forsome gas, some food and a much-needed break. She saw a childwandering among the gas pumps while two women argued nearby, andshe called out to the women, trying to get their attention.

At the same time, State Police Trooper John Ioia, called tothe scene of the argument by the station manager, approached thegroup.

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