James Graham, 48, suspected in the deadly shooting of his 16-year-old nephew Freland Pridgen during Thanksgiving dinner has been arrested.
James Graham, had been on the run for multiple days after the shooting happened at a home in the 9000 block of Ward Street in Detroit.
Police say suspect James Graham allegedly became angry his nephew Freland Pridgen got a better plate of food at Thanksgiving dinner, walked upstairs, loaded a shotgun and shot his nephew in the back of the head.
Relatives say Graham had been recently released from prison. He spent a decade behind bars for setting the mother of his children on fire.
He then escaped in his powder blue Chevy pickup truck with partial license plate # 1317. Graham is described as a black male, 5-feet-9 weighing 198 pounds. He may be hiding out with other relatives or friends.