Boy found dead in abandoned home had ‘partially frozen’ organs: coroner

Boy found dead in abandoned home had ‘partially frozen’ organs: coroner


The 6-year-old North Chicago boy found dead in an abandoned Indiana home last week showed evidence of hypothermia and had “partially frozen” internal organs, according to a new coroner’s report.

The autopsy on Damari Perry’s body comes after police charged his mother and two siblings in his death last week after authorities dismissed their claims that the youngster went missing.

The Lake County Coroner’s Office said Tuesday that Perry’s body was partially burned and appeared to have an injury to his right leg when he was found Saturday in Gary, Indiana.

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Perry was initially reported missing by his sister, but police claim the story was “completely false.”Dalvin Driver/Facebook Perry with his father Dalvin Driver. Perry’s mother and two siblings

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