WRAL reports that Durham police announced yesterday that they recently made an arrest in a sexual assault case that occurred more than four years ago. In November 2015, a woman was attacked and sexually assaulted while walking home from work on the Ellerbe Creek Trail. The WRAL report says that investigators were unable to develop strong leads in the case until last fall, when they submitted DNA from the rape kit for testing. That test connected the DNA to Emanuel Dwayne Burch, whose DNA profile was in a national database. The State Crime Lab then connected the DNA in the kit to a new sample taken from Burch. Keep reading for more news.