STOWE TOWNSHIP, Pa. - A man accused of firing a shot that changed a Stowe Township couple’s life forever will head to trial.
Larry Johnston said his wife and best friend of 40 years barely recognizes his face.
“This is a memory book that the family made, so she can know who her own family is,” said Larry Johnston.
Mary Johnston is confined to her home, where a stray bullet pierced her left eye and went through her brain.
“In that split second, our whole world was blown apart,” said Larry Johnston.
Oneal Olive, 21, was arrested and charged.
“I would have taken every round, a thousand times,” said Larry Johnston.
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