Several police departments make Christmas dream come true for boy who lost mother to homicide

LEOMINSTER, Mass. – Several police departments partnered with Leominster Police over the weekend to visit a boy who recently lost his mother to a homicide, WKRG reported.

According to Massachusetts State Police, four-year-old JJ, who now lives with his grandparents, was given many gifts and got to spend time and hang out with all of the officers!

“We were happy to help make a Christmas wish come true for a Leominster boy today. This little boy loves anything to do with police.”

– Orange Police Department
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JJ’s mother was the victim of a homicide. Several police departments were able to brighten his spirits by spending time with him. The boy loves anything related to law enforcement. (Massachusetts State Police)



Massachusetts State Police wrote about JJ’s visit to Leominster Barracks on Facebook, along with several photos to commemorate the day.

Special Christmas Visit for a Special Leominster Boy

Today, Trooper Ray Burton, who is assigned to the State Police – Leominster Barracks, joined Leominster Police with other local departments to visit a Leominster boy, JJ, who recently lost his mother to a homicide. JJ is now living with his grandparents and loves anything to do with the police.

JJ was given some special gifts and spent some time with all the officers.


Based upon the pictures, it looks like JJ enjoyed the day! Merry Christmas, young man! And to all the police officers who participated, job well done!

 

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