An 18-year-old boy is being charged with the death of a middle aged man found in a burning Minneapolis home this week.
Jamil Joshua Eason of Minneapolis has been charged with second degree murder and could face up to 40 years in jail, according to Star Tribune
The body of the man, Jay Arthur Rosio, 45, was found to not be burned but had stab wounds near the heart and cuts and bruises to the head.
Many things inside the home were found to have been intentionally lit on fire.
On Friday, Eason was in Hennepin County jail.