Home Depot To Hire 1,500 Workers In Metro Detroit Ahead Of SpringLooking for work? The Home Depot might just have a job with your name on it.
Electric Snow Blower Demonstration Pits Lithium-Ion Batteries Vs Wet Wood ChipsIt's hard to envision the challenge of a foot of snow in your driveway when it's sunny and 80 degrees, but at the Novi Home Depot they're getting shoppers in the frosty frame of mind.
Home Depot Looking To Hire 1,500 In Metro DetroitThere are job openings for various full-time, part-time and seasonal positions.
Woman Who Shot At Fleeing Home Depot Shoplifters Gets Probation, Gun Rights RevokedTatiana Duva-Rodriguez was licensed to carry a concealed weapon, but she wasn't being threatened by the shoplifters.
Woman Who Shot At Fleeing Shoplifters At Home Depot Enters PleaA customer who shot at shoplifters fleeing a Detroit-area Home Depot parking lot has pleaded no contest to reckless discharge of a firearm.
Second Flint Man Charged In Home Depot Shoplifting CaseLloyd Wenn, 52, has been charged with first-degree retail fraud, stemming from an incident at a Home Depot in Auburn Hills that grabbed national headlines because of a customer’s reaction to the crime.
Woman Who Shot At Home Depot Shoplifter Charged With Reckless Use Of Firearm“We are grateful that nothing more serious happened as a result of the decision to fire a weapon in a busy parking lot."
Man Fatally Shot After Fender Bender In Home Depot Parking LotIt was an apparent road rage dispute, according to police.
Police Arrest Shoplifting Suspects Who Were Shot At By Home Depot CustomerAuthorities say two men suspected of shoplifting from a local Home Depot store during an incident that gained nationwide attention have been taken into custody.
Cops: Drug-Addicted Shoplifter Stabs Home Depot Security Guard With Dirty SyringePolice say an armed citizen came to the aid of security guards at a metro Detroit Home Depot store who were being attacked by a drug-addicted shoplifter with a dirty syringe.
Man In Home Depot Fraud Gets 2 1/2 Years In PrisonLarry Fields admits that he and others took bar code stickers off items and placed them on goods that typically cost much more.