Minnesota man wanted on murder charge in shooting of Greyhound employee

A judge issued an arrest warrant for Rodnee Miller, 26, on Wednesday, charging him with first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of Duwon Gaddis last month.

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Police work the scene near a Greyhound station where an employee of the transit company was shot and killed Oct. 24.

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Authorities are searching for a Minnesota man charged in connection with the fatal shooting of a Greyhound employee last month on the Near West Side.

An arrest warrant was issued Wednesday for Rodnee Miller, 26, who is accused of shooting Duwon Gaddis as he was getting out of his car about 11 a.m. Oct. 24 in the 600 block of West Harrison Street.

Rodnee Miller.

Rodnee Miller.

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Gaddis, 30, was pronounced dead at Stroger Hospital later that day, police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office said.

The no-bail warrant charging Miller with first-degree murder lists Miller as having a Jackson, Minnesota, address.

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