This story is a tribute to a teacher’s dedication to her job — and her love of Home Depot.
Nancy and Robert Seaman were celebrating Mother’s Day at their home in Farmington Hills, near Detroit, when they began to argue. Their adult son left. Nancy Seaman then went to Home Depot to buy an ax.
Police say Seaman then returned to the rambling Tudor in the Ramblewood subdivision. She walked into the kitchen and slammed the ax into her husband’s head.
Then she dragged her husband’s body a short distance into the attached garage and began stabbing him with a knife and smashing him with a sledgehammer, police said.
The next day, Seaman taught her fourth-grade class, and then stopped at Home Depot a second time for cleaning materials to wipe up the mess, police said.
. . . Administrators at Longacre Elementary School told detectives that the friendly and award-winning teacher appeared disheveled and out of sorts on Monday, according to Police Chief William Dwyer.
The teacher has plead not guilty.