Bagpipes play as NJ boy's coffin carried to his police funeral shrouded in flag

A 10-year-old New Jersey boy's coffin has arrived at his funeral with bagpipes playing.

Michael Feeney was named honorary police chief for Ridgewood for 2013 before he succumbed to cancer last week. He is being laid to rest Tuesday with funeral service honors usually reserved for members of the police force.

Police officers from several northern New Jersey communities attended in dress blue uniforms for the funeral at Mount Carmel Church.

The Hawes Elementary School fifth-grader was running for office at his school and was a huge New York Giants fan.

Feeney had been struggling for four years with Ewing's sarcoma, a rare, aggressive and often fatal bone cancer that usually develops in children and young adults.