BANGOR, Maine (AP) - Maine's deputy attorney general says the state could soon rest its case in the trial of two men accused of killing three people and burning their bodies after a Bangor drug dispute.
Deputy Attorney General William Stokes said prosecution could rest as soon as Friday. He added the trial will continue into next week.
Nicholas Sexton of Warwick, Rhode Island and Randall Daluz of Brockton, Massachusetts, are standing trial at Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor for the 2012 killings. The men are each charged with three counts of murder and one count of arson.
The victims were 24-year-old Nicolle Lugdon of Eddington, 26-year-old Daniel Borders of Hermon, and 28-year-old Lucas Tuscano of Bradford.
The jury heard testimony related to the men's cell phone records on Thursday. Trial began May 1.