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Michigan Court overturns guilty "racketeering" conviction of Home Depot ORC suspect because they didn't prove - criminal enterprise involving more than on person. Returning more than $6,000 in stolen items to a Home Depot Store, in some cases using fraudulent identification, buying items with the in-store credits and selling them on Craig's List. Police said a search of Kloosterman’s vehicle turned up receipts, items, and IDs used in the criminal enterprise. The first Judge sentenced Kloosterman to six to 20 years in prison and ordered him to pay Home Depot about $5,000 for the items allegedly taken. Kloosterman remains in the Lakeland prison awaiting the State Supreme Court decision. He has spent two years behind bars already. (Source

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