BANGOR, Maine (AP) – A Maine prosecutor has told a jury that cellphone records and bullets recovered from the scene of a burning car found with three bodies connects two men to the deaths.
Assistant Attorney General Lisa Marchese gave her opening statement in the trials of Randall Daluz and 33-year-old Nicholas Sexton on Thursday. Jury selection wrapped up earlier in the day.
The two are charged with three counts of murder and one count of starting a fire.
Defense lawyers were about to give their opening statements.
The victims are 26-year-old Daniel Thomas Borders of Hermon, 24-year-old Nicolle Ashley Lugdon of Eddington, and 28-year-old and Lucas Alan Tuscano of Bradford.
The car, tagged with Rhode Island license plates, was found ablaze Aug. 13, 2012, in a Bangor parking lot.