A hotel guest who alleges Chicago police raided her room without a warrant does not have a case against the hotel merely because an employee allegedly let the officers in, a federal judge held.In a written opinion last week, U.S. District Judge Manish S. Shah dismissed the claims — excessive force, unlawful search and seizure and failure to intervene — that Jocelyn Miller brought against the Rodeway Inn Chicago-Evanston in the North Park neighborhood.Miller brought the claims under the Civil Rights Act, 43 U.S …