Fund Established for Grieving North Stonington Family

Chelsea Groton Bank has set up a fund for the Perry family

Wednesday, Feb 27, 2013  |  Updated 6:17 PM EDT
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Fund Established for Grieving North Stonington Family

Perry Family

Alton Perry, 2, and his 6-month-old brother, Ashton, were kidnapped and killed by their grandmother, Debra Denison, on Tuesday, according to police.

A fund has been created to help the family of the two boys who were killed by their grandmother.

Alton, 2, and his 6-month-old brother, Ashton, were kidnapped by their grandmother, Debra Denison, from their day care in North Stonington Tuesday afternoon, according to police. Authorities issued an Amber Alert for the boys. They were found dead, along with Denison, in a minivan near Lake of Isles in Preston around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday. All three died of gunshot wounds, police said.

The fund has been set up through Chelsea Groton Bank. According to a spokesperson for the Chelsea Groton, people interested in donating to the fund can contact any of the branches located in southeastern Connecticut. For a list of Chelsea Groton Bank branches, click here.

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