BALTIMORE - A donation fund has been set up for the young couple killed in their Pigtown home.
Friends set up the fundraiser website through youcaring.com. They're hoping to raise enough money to cover the funeral costs of William Monroe and Meghan Kerrigan.
The two were shot in their home on Tuesday, in front of their 17-month-old daughter. Two other people were also shot but survived.
Police have arrested Melville Mason. Friends say Mason shot the family over a dispute about $10. Police have not commented on the motive, other than to say the family was targeted.
Click here if you want to make a donation to help pay for Monroe and Kerrigan's funeral expenses.
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