(Portland, OR) -- A suspect is officially facing charges for the murder of a well-known Portland business owner. A Multnomah County grand jury has indicted Allen Coe in the murder of Matthew Choi. Court records say Coe broke into Choi's apartment in late October and stabbed him before turning on Choi's girlfriend. Police say Choi died protecting his girlfriend from Coe, who fled shortly after the attack. Choi was the owner of Choi's Kimchi and was a well-known fixture in the Portland Farmers Market community. Coe is charged with murder, attempted murder, burglary and identity theft.