Feedback: Trimm Admits Murder In Undercover Recording


Transcripts obtained by 7 News reveal some disturbing details surrounding the details of the Jason Wing murder case.

According to court documents, accused murderer Dustin Trimm admitted killing the 21 year old the Fort Covington man to an acquaintance who recorded him.

7 News obtained the transcripts of those recordings through court documents filed Tuesday.

The taped conversation was between Trimm and Robert McConnell, the man who allegedly helped Trimm bury Wing's body on property off Grantville Road near Raymondville.

The admissions came in a series of meetings in January and February of this year between Trimm and McConnell, who was wearing an electronic recording device and being monitored by police. 

In those conversations, Trimm allegedly tells McConnell he is the one who shot Wing three times - once in the head and twice in the chest area.

Trimm also suggests that McConnell rent a chipper to throw Wing's body through along with brush to conceal the crime.

"Nothing there to dig up then," Trimm reportedly said.

The conversations also acknowledge that Wing's body is buried on McConnell's Grantville Road property.

Trimm also suggests they cover the spot where Wing was buried with "a real thick concrete pad."

As far as a possible motive for Wing's murder, Trimm is recorded saying "I can't stand being stolen from."

At one point in a conversation recorded January 26, 2012 inside Trimm's pickup truck, Trimm reportedly told McConnell, "If they can give four years for killing Michael Jackson, I ain't gonna get life."

According to the transcript, Trimm also told McConnell, "Sometimes you just gotta take one bad apple out of the bunch. That's the way it works."

Trimm remains jailed on $250,000 bail or $400,000 bond.

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