The gunman who allegedly ambushed two Detroit police officers last week is facing several charges for the incident.
Mack Sheckels, 22, is charged with carrying a concealed weapon, two counts of felonious assault, four counts of felony firearm, resisting and obstructing a police officer and reckless use of a firearm.
It started Friday night on the city's west side when Detroit police officers pulled over a vehicle for speeding near Midland and Manor streets.
Sheckels allegedly got out of the driver's side rear door, fired one shot and then fled the scene.
He was eventually captured a short distance away thanks to a combination of Michigan State Police and Detroit police.
Sheckels will be arraigned Wednesday morning on the charges.
Trooper Two guides DPD units to suspect wanted for shooting at DPD officers. Great teamwork by MSP and DPD to get him into custody. pic.twitter.com/0PLrbccpLw
— MSP Metro Detroit (@mspmetrodet) September 23, 2017