Father accused in hot car death loses job
GEORGIA (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - The Georgia man accused of purposely leaving his child in a car to die is now out of a job.
Justin Ross Harris, who worked for two years at the Home Depot's corporate offices in the Atlanta suburb of Smyrna, was let go on Thursday.
Harris is a web designer. He had been on unpaid leave since charges were filed last month.
A spokesperson for the company did not give details of the termination.
A Home Depot charity fund paid for Cooper Ross' funeral.