*One of the oldest of crimes — a killing allegedly inspired by a husband’s jealousy — was solved with the aid of sophisticated technology, according to charges filed Monday that accuse a church pastor of murdering a popular staff member at Minneapolis North High School.

Derrick Trevor Griffin, 40, was charged with second-degree intentional murder for the May 10 shooting death of Kristopher Miller, 28.

A criminal complaint says that Griffin, who was separated from his wife, watched her from his car that night as she joined Miller and others for dinner at a north Minneapolis restaurant. Minutes after Miller wished the woman well and went home, he was allegedly gunned down.

The body of Miller, a father of two and a member of North High’s support staff, was found by his mother on the front steps of his apartment building in the 1100 block of Irving Av. N.

Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said he intends to convene a grand jury to seek first-degree murder charges because the slaying was premeditated.

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