Update, June 4:
A 44-year-old Detroit man is charged with first degree murder in the Tuesday shooting death of jewelry store founder Dan "Hutch" Hutchinson.
Roy Donta Larry on Friday pleaded not guilty to the killing in Oak Park and was denied bond, Fox 2 reports. He's also charged with firearm possession.
Police have said Hutchinson was targeted and that his wife was in the car. She was unhurt when Larry allegedly peppered their SUV with more than a dozen bullets.
Police still have not revealed a motive. They've said the gunman acted alone.
Original post June 1:
A man shot and killed inside a GMC Denali in Oak Park Tuesday is identified as Dan "Hutch" Hutchinson, founder of Hutch's Jewelry, a shop that has served rappers such as Rick Ross and Sada Baby.
A suspect has been arrested in connection with the shooting of the 47-year-old on Greenfield Road, a mile from the shop north of Nine Mile, Fox 2 News says.
The shooting happened in front of a closed pawn shop and the SUV the man was driving in was (riddled with) roughly a dozen bullet holes.
Hutch's is reportedly a family-owned business. It has 300,000 Instagram followers and trades in extravagant pieces, including iced-out custom nameplates and sports team logos.
Several Detroit rappers posted social media tributes for the jeweler as news of his killing circulated Wednesday. Icewear Vezzo wrote: "Fly high hutch, you was a real solid one." Sada Baby posted a video with him captioned: "I love you dude smh, the one n only (goat)."