Chicago: Greyhound bus killer arrested in Alabama, according to Chicago police

Rodnee Miller (inset) was arrested in Alabama for murdering a Greyhound bus employee outside the company’s Chicago terminal in October 2022.Chicago Police Department

CHICAGO — FBI agents in Alabama have arrested a man they believe Chicago police shot dead a Greyhound bus employee outside the company’s West Loop terminal in October.

Rodney Miller, 26, was detained Monday awaiting extradition to Chicago on CPD Supt. Brown said Miller said he was a twice convicted felon.

Police say Miller arrived in Chicago by Greyhound from Minneapolis and killed Duwon Gaddis, 30, around 11:16 a.m. on October 24, as Gaddis was walking from his car to the bus station.

Brendan Deenihan, the agency’s top detective, said the shooting was “targeted” but not pre-planned.

According to Deenihan, Miller recognized Gaddis as a rival gang member and “used the opportunity to shoot him and then fled.”

After killing the victim, the shooter changed clothes inside the bus stop and fled.

Police had previously released surveillance images of the killer and later identified Miller as the wanted person for the murder.

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