DETROIT (WXYZ) - The suspect in a deadly Detroit car-jacking was arrested Tuesday, after a manhunt that ended with a standoff.
He is accused of killing 64-year-old Albert Johnson by hitting him in the head with an unknown object. Johnson's body was found on his porch around 1:30 a.m Tuesday.
Police found their suspect at a home on the 2400 block of Ford St. between Linwood and LaSalle where a barricaded gunman situation ensued.
In the end, police ended the situation peacefully.
Johnson's brother says Albert knew the suspect. He also says he would have turned 65 Wednesday.
Albert leaves behind a daughter, son and nine grandchildren. He was a retired Ford worker who was affectionately know by many as AJ.
Sources tell Action News, the suspect had recently been released from prison. His name hasn't been officially released, pending his arraignment.
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