New Jersey police officers spread holiday cheer

Some of New Jersey's finest were spreading holiday cheer to the state's video game-loving community.



South Brunswick police officers chipped in to buy a family a new Xbox system, complete with a new controller and games after a Grinch broke into their home and stole many of the family's belongings earlier in the week.



Officers in East Rutherford brought coffee for a group of people huddled outside a Gamestop waiting for the NES Classic System to be restocked.


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