JEFFERSON COUNTY — The family of a 12-year-old boy killed in a collision while riding his bike earlier this year is asking for the community’s help after his memorial was ruined.
Sean Stephenson was killed back in May of this year. His family and friends held a celebration of life for him shortly after, leaving behind a memorial near the corner of Simms Street and Ken Caryl Avenue.
Last Friday, Sean’s father, Thomas Stephenson, stopped by his son’s memorial, like he does every week, only to find it had been ruined.
“I came by last Friday; the bike was gone. I was completely devastated,” said Stephenson.
The “ghost bike” left behind for Sean had been taken, Sean’s picture frames broken, and flowers ruined.
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