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NJ Cop Plays Quarterback For Neighborhood Kids

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An Erial New Jersey resident looked out her window and caught a heartwarming moment.

A police officer patrolling the area saw a group of neighborhood kids playing football and decided to join in on the fun!

Residents were ecstatic to see the officer interact with the children in a positive way.

One Facebook comment from Richard Williams said "this cop may have changed the way those young boys look at cops forever...nice to see this."

MaryAnn Bucci-Hopkins's Facebook comment says "nice to see. This is something we need a little more of. Grateful for officers like this one."

He couldn't horse around too long. The officer received a call and had to get back on the job.

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