New home gives disabled Texas officer freedom
By Jon Nielsen
Dallas Morning News
DALLAS — Carlton Marshall can finally tuck his children into bed.
In the two years since the Dallas police officer suffered disabling injuries after being shot during a 2007 raid, he couldn't get around in his rural Lancaster home. The narrow doorways kept him out of his children's room.
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