Friday at 11: Detroit's Most Wanted Matthew Chappell

Posted at 10:36 PM, Oct 12, 2017

It's video police want to to see as they look for a man who gunned down his own friend, leaving him to die in a parking lot.

Now he's on the run.

Ann Marie LaFlamme and the US Marshals are revealing the upscale Macomb County neighborhood he lives in and what he's done to change his identity.

It's all in this week's Detroit's Most Wanted report - Friday on 7 Action News at 11 pm.