(WXYZ) — The man U.S. Marshals called the "Gas station bully" has turned himself in just a day after being featured on Detroit's Most Wanted.
Police say Tony Lamar Parker surrendered after seeing his Most Wanted feature in Knoxville, Tennessee.
- Detroit's Most Wanted: 'Gas station bully' Tony Lamar Parker wanted for shooting on city's west side
Parker, 29, was caught on video in a wild shooting at a gas station. It was all caught on Project Green Light cameras -- a crime fighting partnership between businesses and the City of Detroit.
"You can see this could have easily been a homicide. Yes, he wasn’t the trigger man -- that guy's in custody -- but he’s still involved in this whole thing," said Garcia. "He’s the lookout, he’s actively involved in aiding in this whole thing and shootout. Someone could have easily been killed here."
As always, there's a cash reward for information leading to the arrest of any of Detroit's Most Wanted. You can call the U.S. Marshals anytime at (313) 234-5656.