BANGOR (AP) — A Maine jury is back to work in the trial of two men charged with killing three people and burning their bodies in a car in Bangor in 2012.

Jurors in the trial of Randall Daluz of Brockton, Massachusetts, and Nicholas Sexton of Warwick, Rhode Island, deliberated for three full days, surpassing 30 hours, before going home Friday evening. They got back to work Tuesday morning.

Deputy Attorney General William Stokes said he couldn’t remember a longer deliberation in a Maine murder trial in more than 35 years.

Daluz and Sexton are charged with three counts of murder in the drug-related killings. If convicted, they face a maximum sentence of life in prison.


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