Trimm, Accused Killer, Expected To Make Plea

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Accused murderer Dustin Trimm is expected to enter a guilty plea in St. Lawrence County Court Friday morning.

Trimm is due back in court at 9:15 a.m. Friday, after an afternoon court session Thursday.

Trimm, of Winthrop, is accused in the 2010 killing of Jason Wing, 21. Trimm allegedly shot Wing and buried his body off Grantville Road in the Town of Norfolk.

It was not clear Thursday what charge or charges Trimm would plead guilty to. One of his lawyers, Richard Manning, said "no comment" when asked about a deal. Likewise, St. Lawrence County District Attorney Nicole Duve declined to comment on the expected plea.

Trimm's second degree murder trial is due to start next month, but he also faces other unrelated charges.

Trimm was accused in a six count indictment earlier this month of two counts of first degree criminal sexual act, two counts of first degree sexual abuse and predatory sexual assault - all felonies.

The indictment also charged Trimm with a misdemeanor count of endangering the welfare of a child.

The indictment alleged Trimm - a level two sex offender - was involved in forcible sexual contact with a 13 year old victim and an 18 year old victim in 2010 and 2011.

And in 2012, while he was free on $250,000 bail in the Wing case, Trim was accused of offering a 16 year old boy $50 to perform oral sex on him.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016
, Watertown, NY

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