Eleven-year-old Dylan Perry died Monday morning at the hospital after sustaining serious injuries to his head and lung. His stepfather, 65-year-old Anthony Pollydore, had been drinking before getting behind the wheel of a car carrying Dylan and his two brothers.
Pollydore has been arrested and charged with aggravated vehicular assault and aggravated drunken driving with a child. His blood alcohol level was measured at .094, well over the legal limit of .08. He has two prior DWI convictions from 2004 and 2009. He was driving three young boys when he crashed into a light post early Sunday morning, on his way home from a social gathering.
His 11-year-old stepson, Dylan Perry, was taken to the hospital to be treated for severe lung and head trauma. He succumbed to his injuries Monday morning. Also in the vehicle, was 12-year-old stepson, Alex Perry, who suffered minor injuries to his leg. Pollymrore’s 5-year-old son, Kyle Pollymore, was also in the wreck but suffered no injuries. The youngest boy was thrown into the front seat, but miraculously was not harmed. According to police, none of the three boys were wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash.
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