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Hingham Police spend the day with 12-year old Jeremy who is battling cancer

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“Yesterday, we had the honor of picking up a very brave 12-year-old Hingham boy for his own cruiser convoy ride through Hingham to our police station. Jeremy Lavoie, a 6th grader at Hingham Middle School, continues his battle against cancer.

On Monday, he led a cruiser and motorcycle convoy to our station where a local charity called “Cops For Kids With Cancer” presented his family with a check to help show their support. The organization was represented by Boston Police Captain Paul Ivens (Ret.) who is the Vice President (it was started over 20 years ago by several members of the Boston Police). Huge thank you to Cohasset Police, Hanover Police, Norwell Police & Randolph Police who came to join the convoy and meet Jeremy.

Jeremy rode with DARE Officer Robert Ramsey who is the School Resource Officer at his school.

Jeremy is now part of our extended police family and we know he’ll continue to get better.” -Hingham Police Department.

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