(CBS) — Police investigating the murder of 9-year-old Tyshawn Lee on Chicago’s South Side are talked to a man previously questioned in the case.

He was arrested outside an Oak Lawn hotel on Monday.

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Officers responded to a tip that Cory Morgan was carrying guns.

Morgan is charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Prosecutors say police found Morgan and his co-defendant Dwight Boone-Doty with loaded 40 caliber semi-automatic handguns. Both are convicted felons. A judge set bond for Morgan at $1 million.

He had previously spoken to police about the Lee case with his attorney present. He was released after the questioning.

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(Credit: Cook County Sheriff)

(Credit: Cook County Sheriff)

Tyshawn, who was in fourth grade, was shot multiple times after being lured into an alley at 80th and Damen on Nov. 2.

It’s believed his killing is tied to a violent gang feud that might involve Tyshawn’s father, Pierre Stokes.

The boy’s father has repeatedly denied any involvement in it.

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Sources say Morgan’s brother, Tracy who had a gang affiliation and a lengthy criminal record, was murdered on October 13. Meantime Corey Morgan’s attorney says, his client has always maintained, he has no connection to the 9 year-old’s murder.