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Local police officer gets toilet paper for senior during snow storm

February 20, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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The officer also brought the resident a hot coffee, and the department says the two were able to share some good conversation and laughs.

Everett Police Officer Jeff McCabe bought and delivered toilet paper for a senior citizen in need on Feb. 19, 2021.

Police officer in Massachusetts gets toilet paper for senior during snow storm

A police officer in Massachusetts performed a good deed for a senior citizen in need during the long-duration snow storm. The Everett Police Department reports that it got a call Friday morning from a senior resident who was in need of toilet paper and unable to get it herself. Officer Jeff McCabe quickly got to a market to buy her toilet paper and also got her a hot coffee. McCabe, who was wearing a face mask, and the woman were able to share some good conversation and some laughs, according to the department. "Another example of the real police work that goes on daily at Everett P. D. ," the department wrote on its Facebook page.

A police officer in Massachusetts performed a good deed for a senior citizen in need during the long-duration snow storm. The Everett Police Department reports that it got a call Friday morning from a senior resident who was in need of toilet paper and unable to get it herself.

Officer Jeff McCabe quickly got to a market to buy her toilet paper and also got her a hot coffee. McCabe, who was wearing a face mask, and the woman were able to share some good conversation and some laughs, according to the department. "Another example of the real police work that goes on daily at Everett P. D. ," the department wrote on its Facebook page.

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