DETROIT, MICH (WXYZ) - A man being sought by Detroit Police for murder is now in custody.
The man is Antoine Wilson.
He was wanted in the shooting death of his 19 year old girlfriend Saturday morning.
Police were busy following up tips and leads that were coming in when a break came their way.
Wilson finally turned himself in Sunday morning.
The shooting occurred late Saturday morning in the 3900 block of Garvin on Detroit's east side, just outside Hamtramck. Apparently, the victim was involved in an argument with the suspect when reportedly shots were fired.
The suspect ran off and that's when police began their search.
Wilson has a tattoo on his neck with the name of the victim.
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