Victim identified, remains in critical condition

The St. Joseph Police Department confirmed the victim from a shooting at 11th and Seneca streets on February 23 has died. 

25-year-old Minda Miller was shot in the head and transported to Mosaic Life Care. Miller remained in critical condition until confirmation of her death.

The St. Joseph Police Department has identified the victim of a shooting on Tuesday evening.

Minda M. Miller, 25, was wounded and remains in critical condition. Police said 34-year-old, Michael J. Hadden is wanted in connection to the shooting. Police have listed him as known to be armed and dangerous. Hadden is 6-foot-3-inches tall and weighs about 195 pounds with green eyes and is bald.

Hadden is currently on probation for unlawful possession of a firearm. He previously completed prison time for resisting arrest.

Police arrived to 11th and Seneca streets around 8 p.m. Tuesday where they found Miller has sustained one life-threatening gunshot wound. She was transported to Mosaic Life Care from the scene.

Officers said Tuesday evening that Hadden was seen leaving the scene in a white four-door car. They also stated the victim and suspect knew each other.

The investigation is ongoing. If you have any information contact the St. Joseph Police Department detectives at 816-271- 4763.

To submit an anonymous tip visit:

Morgan Riddell can be reached at

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