DaimlerChrysler Corp. cancels one production shift at its Warren (MI) Truck Assembly Plant April 6 after police suspect an armed fugitive fled there. The gunman, sought in connection with a carjacking and shooting of a police officer, is later found hiding behind a dumpster across the street from the plant that employs nearly 3,800 people. Warren Truck produces Dodge Ram and Dakota at a rate of 1,032 per day on two shifts. General Motors Corp.'s Janesville, WI, medium-duty truck assembly ...

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