Thank you to Jeremy Fox of the Boston Globe for highlighting Boston Police Captain Kelley McCormick's spontaneous good deed this past Saturday afternoon. On Saturday, January 6, 2018, two Boston police officers were approached by Wendi and Kevin Malenfant and their 19-year-old daughter, Kori, in North Station, who were looking for a place to put their luggage while they found somewhere to keep warm. The Malenfant family explained that they were making the trip home to Portland after visiting New York for Kori's brain surgery when they missed their connecting train in Boston by five minutes. The officers contacted the captain for instructions, and not only did Captain McCormick give them a place to put their luggage and warm up, but he personally drove them in his cruiser all the way back to their car in Portland. For the full story, click this LINK.
The Globe found the story after seeing Kori's ORIGINAL POST on Facebook.