BETHEL – Calling this "a degree of kindness that I have NEVER seen with my own eyes during my 51 years on this earth", the uncle of the murdered woman at Bethel, Emily Todd, s & # He went on social media to describe how a car dealership responded to his family's prayers. was two years old on her car rental contract when she was murdered in Bridgeport. His family also did not want to have anything to do with the vehicle, which the police say the murder suspect had stolen. But as detailed in the commentary of the GoFundMe campaign established on behalf of Todd's family, the family had little hope of getting out of this car rental contract: "Although we make a sincere appeal to the leasing company, it is quite likely that the 2 years The rest will have to be paid, partly to fulfill the contract, "wrote the message in part. Through the actions of a generous car dealership in Danbury, everything has been reversed. When Greg Henry, Todd's uncle, reported his niece's car to dealer Kia He recounted the events that had brought him to Sal Sinardi, general manager of dealer sales, whose reaction was far from to be anticipated. "A few minutes later, Mr. Sinardi was moved, he was everywhere on his face," Henry wrote in an interview. Bethel Facebook page"About 5 minutes later, Mr. Sinardi printed a piece of paper, handed it to me and said," I just paid for the car. It now belongs to my dealer. That's the least I can do. I'm so sorry. for the tragic loss of your family. Goosebumps, a hot flash and tears ensued, "Henry wrote.To sign up for last minute alerts and more at Bethel, click here.
Todd, who graduated from Bethel High in 2011, was found dead in Bridgeport Harbor after being hit in the back of the head. Brandon Roberts, 26, confessed to having killed her, as well as another woman.Go Fund Me is a promotional partner of Patch.

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