BROCKTON, Massachusetts (NEWS CENTER)-- The second suspect in Bangor's triple homicide will return to Maine. Wednesday morning Nicholas Sexton waived extradition in a Brockton courtroom.
Maine's Attorney General's office confirms that Bangor Police detectives will be transferring Sexton back to the Queen City.
The 31-year old is being charged with the murder of three Bangor residents. The three victims were found in a burned out car on August 13th. The victims are identified as 26-year-old Daniel Thomas Borders of Hermon; 24-year-old Nicolle Ashley Lugdon of Eddington and 28-year-old Lucas Alan Tuscano of Bradford.
New information about Sexton's connection to the triple murder have been found in an affidavit filed with the U.S District Court. It states detectives suspected Sexton soon after the bodies were discovered.
Police linked the 2001 Pontiac sedan to a rental car company in Warwick, Rhode Island. The business informed police Sexton had been renting the car for a few weeks and renewed it just days before the car fire.
Through eyewitness testimony and cell phone records police placed Sexton in Bangor during the time of the crime.
Cell phone records lead detectives to Sexton in a Massachusetts motel. At the time Sexton refused to speak with them.
The Attorney General's office expects Sexton to be arraigned in Penobscot County Court early next week.