The brother of Kate Allen, who was shot and killed by her estranged husband last year, is suing Cracker Barrel.
MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, Ohio - A memorial service is set for 11 a.m. Monday to honor Kayla Allen. The 10-year-old Strongsville girl died more than a month after she was shot by her father at the Cracker Barrel Restaurant in Brooklyn.
Friends and family can pay their respects at Grace Christian Missionary Alliance Church, 7393 Pearl Rd. in Middleburg Heights.
Kayla had been hospitalized since the April 12 shootings that killed her mother, Kate, and younger sister Kerri. Police shot and killed her father, Kevin Allen, after shooting his wife and daughters.
Donations are also being collected Monday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Applebee's restaurants in Strongsville and Westgate Plaza (Rocky River). Proceeds will benefit the Berea Animal Shelter and the Domestic Violence Center of Greater Cleveland.
The Strongsville community, family and friends of a mother and her two young daughters gunned down by their father at a Cracker Barrel restaurant will be remembered Friday night at a local playground.
Video released this week shows the Allen family's final moments inside the Cracker Barrel on Tiedeman Road in Brooklyn.
Reports from the Ohio BCI detail the disturbing events leading up to the shooting at the Brooklyn Cracker Barrel restaurant that left a family dead.
Newly released records show that an Ohio man who killed his estranged wife and their daughters had been ordered by his employer to take an anger management class after making threats to kill his family.
Police video of last April's deadly Cracker Barrel shooting has been released that reveals exactly what Brooklyn police found when they pulled up at the restaurant.
The Cuyahoga County prosecutor said the officers who responded to a deadly domestic violence shooting incident at the Brooklyn Cracker Barrel restaurant earlier this year followed protocol.