CREOLA, Ala. (WALA) - Creola's Police Chief Doug Kirkland said his officers have taken an armed and dangerous man off the street.

The chief said Ned Woodard Jr. was armed with a large kitchen knife when he held up Highway 43 Package on Saturday, February 2.

Investigators said Woodard demanded money from the register then forced the employee into the back storage room before running away southbound on Highway 43.

Kirkland said Woodard was tracked down and arrested on Sunday, February 10.

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