A 25-year-old Chesterfield man suffered two gunshot wounds in a botched drug deal in Detroit and then drove 3 miles until his passenger waived down a police officer, according to a Channel 7 Action News report Tuesday.
The man and his friend drove from the township to buy marijuana near Gratiot and Helen on Detroit's east side, his friend told the television news station. A stranger on the corner offered to get them the drugs and asked to see money, but the Chesterfield man began to drive off when he didn't see any marijuana, according to the report.
The stranger shot the Chesterfield man inside his mother's minivan, striking him in the chest and arm. He then drove three miles to downtown Detroit where they flagged down a police officer near 36th District Court.
He was then treated at Detroit Receiving Hospital and is expected to survive his injuries.
To watch video in which his passenger discusses what he said happened, click here.