Fortuin has had an outpouring of support from his family and community.
“We don't know what exactly happened that night. Whatever it was we know he's on the right track right now. We are just praying and wish in him the best,” said one supporter, Richie Sanderson, Sr.
Sanderson is one of the dozens of people who offered support Thursday morning, standing by Fortuin. He says the community came together to raise money to offset costs after the 49-year-old.
“Since it was Ken, there was no mistake. That's how much he was loved and how much people appreciated him. He was one of the best contractors out there. He was a man of his word. Very honest, and a very good friend,” he said.
Fortuin says he takes full responsibility for his actions. In court it was revealed that he was going through a divorce and his attorney went on to say he was on a downward spiral.
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