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State Police: Armed, Suicidal Grandmother Holding Two Children Prompts Amber Alert

Connecticut State Police have confirmed that Debra Denison is in possession of a .38-caliber gun and left a suicide note after picking up her grandchildren, ages 2 and 6 months, from day care.

 

Connecticut State Police at Troop E in Montville confirmed for Patch that an Amber Alert has been issued for two-year-old boy and a 6-month-old boy picked up by their grandmother, Debra Denison, from a day-care facility in North Stonington.

Police confirmed they are looking for a 2001 White Chrysler Minivan with a CT registration of 445ZAZ. Police said Denison is in possession of a .38-caliber pistol and left a suicide note.

According to the Amber Alert 6-month-old Ashton Perry "...was last seen wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, and a brown aviation jacket with a fur collar." Alton Perry, 2, "...was last seen wearing a white checkered plaid shirt, dark blue jeans, brown boots, and a brown jacket."

Call state police at Troop E at 860-848-6500 if you have any information.

Camilla Ross February 27, 2013 at 02:32 AM
Amen
Rhonda Sicard February 27, 2013 at 11:34 AM
so sorry Brenda for your loss .
Camilla Ross February 27, 2013 at 04:39 PM
We are praying for all those affected by this tragic event. We want everyone to know that this must STOP! Suicide Prevention Awareness is needed more now than ever. I pray that all people will heed the call and Join us on April 5th -7th, 2013 for the I Am Worthy Project at Union Baptist Church in Mystic. The Time is NOW! We must all act and act NOW! Please join ETC and Union Baptist Church for this very important event. http://patch.com/E-tLK4 The Wall of Yellow Awaits you!
Rusty February 27, 2013 at 04:52 PM
http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/local_coverage/2013/02/charges_bench_suffolk_u_hoopster
Julie Russell February 27, 2013 at 08:16 PM
Connecticut’s first responders were again faced with managing a tragic event. As a psychotherapist I am aware that the impact of responding to traumatic events increases stress in the lives of those who are committed to keeping our community safe. My gratitude for the services of the first responders is sincere, and I hope each member of the team takes the steps needed to ensure self-care.

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