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(WJBK) - The woman who shot at two alleged shoplifters outside a Home Depot in Auburn Hills was sentenced to 18 months' probation Wednesday.
Tatiana Duva-Rodriguez, 46, pleaded no contest shortly after the incident in October.
Police say a man pushed a cart full of unpaid merchandise out of the Home Depot store on Joslyn Road and got into a dark-colored SUV. Prosecutors say Duva-Rodriguez tried to intervene and stop the suspects by shooting at their tires. Police believe the shots flattened a tire.
Nobody was hurt in the shooting.