Kroger Co., Cincinnati, said last week it is being sued for $750 million by the family of a suspected shoplifter who died after Kroger security guards subdued him at a Detroit-area store. Police said Travis Shelton was allegedly stealing beef tenderloin at a Kroger store in Royal Oak, Mich., on Feb. 8 when security guards struggled with him, according to news reports. Kroger declined to comment on the case other than to express sympathy for the victim's family and to say it is cooperating ...

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