Police have arrested a suspect who is accused of killing a man for not holding an elevator door in Detroit's Greektown district.

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Details of the Incident

Police say the dispute began when a man refused to hold an elevator for another individual in the early morning hours of November 27. The situation quickly escalated leaving the 29-year-old victim dead from a gunshot wound. The incident occurred at 400 Monroe Street near Brush Street in Detroit, according to Detroit TV station WJBK-TV.

Suspect Found and Arrested in Ohio

Police pored through surveillance video after the incident and released a picture of the individual they believed responsible for the shooting. They solicited help from the public on social media in an attempt to identify the suspect.

Fortunately, the person was identified within a short period of time and police were able to track down the suspect today.

An arrest was made today (12/6) in Ohio. Police say the suspect will be extradited to Michigan where he will face charges.

Police Reaction

Detroit Police Chief James White called the shooting "absolutely ridiculous" at a press conference and said it was yet "another example of people failing to use problem-solving skills resolve conflict without using a weapon."

"Someone wouldn't hold an elevator door and was ultimately shot," the chief said as he expressed his frustration over the crime.

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