A fund has been set up for the 2 children who were each shot in the head during this weekend's domestic violence on Loreen Drive.
Anyone wishing to donate to help these children may do so in 3 ways:
They can be sent to: Loreen Drive Victims' Fund
c/o Heartland Credit Union, 5325 High Crossing Blvd, Madison, WI 53718
2. Checks can also be hand delivered to any of Heartland's branches.
3. Donations can also be made via Heartland's website
Donations can be taken as of 5:00 p.m. today.
All proceeds will be given to the children for use toward their medical bills and to help them in daily needs and routines.
Questions about the fund can be directed to Robin Marohn, Vice President at Heartland Credit Union 268-7328.
Online reporting by Tony Galli, Wendy Hathaway and news staff
MADISON (WKOW) -- Madison police officials said Donte Beasley, 38, is suspected of shooting his girlfriend and their two young children in a home on Loreen Drive, and then apparently trying to kill himself.
In a statement, officials said police department officials plan to arrest Beasley for three counts of attempted first degree intentional homicide after Beasley is released from a hospital. Authorities said Beasley suffered self-inflicted cuts to his neck.
Authorities said a 42 year old woman, and the couple's children, an eight year old girl and a seven year old boy, are hospitalized and listed in stable condition.
Authorities said Beasley was intoxicated before he started a fight with his girlfriend Saturday morning and the shooting took place.
27 News reporter Tony Galli is checking into the details surrounding the violent incident; stay tuned for updates on this developing story here on WKOWTV.com and tonight on 27 News at 5, 6, 6:30 and 10.
Online reporting by Tony Galli
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