One of Flint's most wanted fugitive's arrested

McConnie Baker

Michigan State Police have arrested one of a most-wanted fugitives in Flint.

The Genesee County Prosecutor says 28-year-old McConnie Baker, Jr. is accused of shooting his brother Michael Veal.

It happened in 2012 on Mary Street in Flint.

Police say McConnie and Michael were arguing about a family member not coming home on time.

They say McConnie left and came back with a gun. According to police, he then shot his brother Michael in front of Michael's teenage son.

Baker is bring lodged at the Flint City Jail on three county felony warrant for homicide, a three count felony warrant for CCW and misdemeanor traffic warrant.