(NJ.com) The Princeton council and mayor's office bought lunch for the Princeton police Friday because the department had a taxing week of headlines from alleged mistreatment of a university professor's arrest.
"It's been a long, difficult week," Councilwoman Jo Butler said Friday.
Butler said council members used their own money to pay for chips and sandwiches before dropping the food off at the police department as a gesture of support.
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"It's a little vote of confidence," she said.