A’Cariyon Perry Death – The family members of a 9-year-old A’Cariyon Perry killed on Wednesday afternoon in South Fulton, are looking for information about what happened. According to eyewitness accounts, the boy was attacked when he was merely attempting to get a tasty treat from the ice cream truck. He was getting his ice cream from the vendor. His mother, D’Estin Perry, expressed her desire that her son would have waited until she returned home.
What happened to A’Cariyon Perry?
As she keeps attempting to make sense of the events that led up to her son A’Cariyon Perry, 9, passing away in front of their home in South Fulton, Georgia, she continues her search for answers. Approximately five o’clock on a Wednesday evening, the South Fulton Police Department reports that the event took place at a residence on Creel Road. It was alleged that A’Cariyon and a few other children went to the front yard in order to get ice cream from the truck, and while they were there, they were hit by a passing vehicle.
Many of the locals have voiced their concern that speeding has become a problem in this otherwise tranquil neighborhood. The motorist stayed at the scene after the accident, as reported by the police. The boy’s family is inconsolable over the loss of their nine-year-old son, who is described as jovial, interesting, and preoccupied with dinosaurs and his cellphone.
The South Fulton Police Department has stated that it is now collecting information in order to determine whether or not to bring charges. On Saturday afternoon, the family will conduct a vigil at the location where the incident occurred. Everyone is encouraged to bring their own balloons and candles to the event.
A’Cariyon Perry GoFundMe
D’Estin Perry created a GoFundMe page after the death of 9-year-old A’Cariyon Perry after accident on Wednesday afternoon in South Fulton. He was the youngest siblings and he was sweet, loving, caring, innocent and loved by all that knew him. According to the post made on the fundraiser, the driver involved in the accident is still on the street as no arrest has been made.