Minneapolis law enforcement today announced charges against a suspect they believe is responsible for the brutal home invasion murder of Susan Spiller, a prominent community activist and artist whose body was found in her north Minneapolis home four years ago. The suspect, now 18, was 14 at the time of the murder. Tom Arneson with the Hennepin County Attorney’s office says the break in the case “came when fingerprints from the murder scene were found to match the suspect’s. That did not happen until just recently and it came up after the suspect turned 18 and those fingerprints were taken in an unrelated case. Arneson says because of the suspect’s age at the time of the murder, “there is very little we are able to say right now about the case. Juvenile court statutes and rules require this privacy.” The suspect is charged with 2nd degree murder. Spiller was found by officers on the morning of July 16th, 2015.