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This Florida deputy (Major Jimmy Stanford) thought quick to stop a hammer-wielding criminal with a can of Bush’s Baked Beans. No kidding. A can of beans. (the news story even says it was the “extra brown sugar” ones) No reports as to whether Duke got the family recipe in the incident.
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