Henry Marshall says several Orlando, Florida, police officers kicked in the doors of his house, pointed guns at him and ransacked his home. They were looking for his grandson Quinton, who had allegedly bought a stolen cell phone. Quinton Marshall doesn't live with his grandfather, but when he heard the police were looking for him, he came and gave them the cell phone and they left.
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