Monday, June 6, 2011


BY the time he was finished, one victim was bound and a second was found shot to death after a fight broke out at a late night party at his home.
But then prime suspect Jose S. Rodriguez vanished after the 2004 killings, which shocked Chicago's, Cicero neighborhood and he hasn't been seen in the seven years since.
Now FBI officer's believe their man, who they consider to be "armed and dangerous" may be comfortable enough to return to the Windy City and they're urging anyone who sees him to turn him. 
The 48-year-old is accused of fatally shooting Gabriella Rodriguez, who he did not know and was not related to, despite having the same last name on November 6, 2004 after a fight broke out.
When the dust settled, FBI's Mike Kosanovich says "One victim was bound and gagged and the second victim, Gabriella Rodriguez, was found shot to death."
He added that the reason for the shooting is unclear.
The search for Rodriguez initially focused on his home country Mexico because cops learned he returned with his wife and children about a month before the murder.
If you have any information about this case, call the Chicago FBI Bureau at (312) 421-6700

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