The suspect believed responsible for a carjacking outside Birmingham Seaholm High School last month is expected to be in court Wednesday for a preliminary exam.
Roland Hubbard is accused of approaching a school custodian with a gun when he was going into work November 11th.
Police allege Hubbard demanded the maintenance worker to give him money, a cell phone and car keys - then fired a shot into the air.
The maintenance worker wasn't hurt.
Police said the stolen car was spotted on I-75 heading south and a police chase ensued into Detroit -- ending near 7 Mile and Conant.
The suspects got out and ran away on foot. Police were able to take Hubbard into custody. Police believe a second person may have been involved.
School was closed following the carjacking and security in and around the school has been increased since the incident.