Chicago Police: Outside The Bus Station Issued An Arrest Warrant For The Suspect In The Murder Of A Greyhound Employee
WLS-TV in Chicago reports A warrant for arrest. A warrant has been issued for a suspect in the October fatal shooting of a Greyhound employee outside a city bus terminal.
Rodney Miller has been charged in the October 24 shooting that killed 30-year-old Duwon Gaddis. Gaddis was killed while Taking the subway to the West Loop terminal 600 block of West Harrison Street, according to police.
According to police, Miller arrived at the station from Minneapolis, waited for Gaddis, approached him, and shot him to death. He allegedly changed his clothes and left the station after that.
Investigators released photos of the suspect before and after the homicide, showing him changing from light to dark clothing.
A Greyhound spokesperson said, “We are heartbroken over the death of our colleague. Suwon Gaddis, in today’s incident outside our Chicago station. His family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers. We continue to work with local authorities as we deal with the tragic loss of one of our team members.”