Access Self Storage Aids Fallen Police Officer's Family

Access Self Storage and its tenants have reached out to a local family of a Lancaster, Texas, police officer shot and killed in the line of duty last June.

Access Self Storage and its tenants have reached out to a local family of a Lancaster, Texas, police officer shot and killed in the line of duty last June. Tenants at the facilitys Lancaster and Red Oaks locations have raised $250 for the Shaw family fund. Access Self-Storage matched the donation, bringing the total to $500, with the fund continuing to grow.

Shaw, 37, and Jeremy McMillian, 23, were killed June 20 during a shootout at an apartment complex. The shooter, 27-year-old David ONeal Brown Jr., the son of Dallas Chief of Police David Brown, was also killed in the fray.

Shaw was the father of two children, 13-year-old girl and 7-year-old boy. He served in the Lancaster Police Department for five years.

Donations are still being accepted at any of the six Access Self Storage locations in Texas.  

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