- Associated Press - Friday, June 20, 2014

DOXER-FOXCROFT, Maine (AP) - A Maine man will serve a lenient jail sentence for robbery because he gave prosecutors information about a Bangor triple murder case.

WABI-TV (https://bit.ly/1jDvIKK ) reports 28-year-old John Harmon of Dover-Foxcroft will serve 18 months in jail for robbing a Bangor Rite Aid. Penobscot County prosecutors originally pushed for a four-year sentence.

The station reports Harmon provided information in the murder trial of Randall Daluz and Nicholas Sexton. A jury last month convicted Daluz of three counts of murder and one count of arson and Sexton of murder and arson.

The two stood trial on charges of killing Daniel Borders, Nicolle Lugdon and Lucas Tuscano in 2012 and setting a car on fire with the bodies inside.

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Information from: WABI-AM, https://www.wabiam910.com

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