Wishes for comfort and joy for abused Plaistow boy

Among the gifts is a teddy bear from the U.S. Marshals Florida Regional Task Force. (JASON SCHREIBER/Union Leader Correspondent)

Plaistow Police Chief Stephen Savage and others in the police department have been overwhelmed by the generosity shown by so many who have dropped off gifts for little James Nicholson in the days since he was hospitalized Nov. 14 with a severe head injury and burns in a case of alleged child abuse.


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