A Detroit man has been arrested for pulling a gun on a 25-year-old father and his 7-month-old baby inside a gas station on Father’s Day.

According to Detroit police, the incident occurred around 6:00 PM Sunday (June 19) at a Valero gas station, at the corner of Hubbell and Tireman, on the city’s west side.

Police say the two men did not know each other, but they got into an argument about a block away from the gas station.

The gunman followed the father and his baby to the gas station, and as he opened the door, he reached into the waistband of his pants, pulled a gun, and tried to fire.

The father immediately threw his hand up and hit the gunman’s arm, and locked him outside.

The gun appeared to have jammed, thank God!

The gunman looked at the pistol outside the store, wondering why it didn’t fire, and he eventually ran off.

The whole incident was caught on Green Light surveillance video.

The gunman was arrested Monday afternoon (June 20), hours after his photo was released.

The Detroit police are seeking felonious assault charges.

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