Toy drive to honor Kinsley Kinner

Posted at 7:39 AM, Dec 07, 2015
and last updated 2015-12-07 07:39:12-05

MIDDLETOWN, Ohio -- A Middletown business is stepping up to honor a two-year-old girl who died last week and help children in need.

Kinsley Kinner died last Thursday after police said her mother’s boyfriend beat her.

Bradley Young faces assault and murder charges. Kinner’s mother, Rebecca Kinner, is charged with felony child abuse.

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Since the case came to light, public support for Kinsley and her father, Scott Senft, has flooded forth.

Managers are A-Tech Towing & Recover in Middletown posted Friday that they want to honor Kinsley by hosting a toy drive to help other children.

A-Tech said all the donations will be given to Senft who will donate the toys and monetary gifts to a charity of his choice.

The business is also accepting clothing donations for newborns as Kinsley’s little brother will be born soon.

All donors will get a receipt and red ribbon to tie to their vehicle showing they made a donation.

A-Tech is located at 63 Old Oxford State Road in Middletown. There will also be an after hour drop box for things to be collected throughout the night.

A funeral for Kinsley will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Vineyard Community Church in Franklin.


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