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Alabama Arrests Suspect in Chicago Greyhound Shooting

In October, a Greyhound worker was fatally shot outside a Chicago bus station.

Rodnee Miller is charged with first-degree murder in Duwon Gaddis’s death on Oct. 24.

Gaddis was slain while heading to the West Loop terminal on Harrison Street. Police say Miller came from Minneapolis, waited for Gaddis, then shot him. Afterward, he reportedly transformed and departed.

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Miller knew Gaddis was a rival gang member and shot him before leaving, according to CPD.

The FBI nabbed Miller in Alabama.

Greyhound spokesperson: “Duwon Gaddis was killed outside our Chicago station today. We pray for his loved ones. “We’re working with local authorities as we mourn our teammate.”

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