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homicide trial in Houlton Aroostook Bangor Daily News BDN Maine HOULTON, Maine - Clad in a smart-looking gray suit, triple homicide defendant Thane Ormsby sat amid a jury pool of 118 people Wednesday from whom will come the 12 individuals who will decide his fate. Potential jurors spent most of the morning assembling at Aroostook County Superior Court before Justice E. Allen Hunter gave them instructions. Defense attorneys James Dunleavy and Sarah LeClaire of Presque Isle said they believe the case's extensive pretrial publicity has soured the area's jury pool. Deputy Attorney General William Stokes, the lead prosecutor, has disagreed. Hunter had the attorneys for both sides identify themselves to the potential jurors and had the 21-year-old Ormsby turn to face the room during his brief stay in the courtroom. Ormsby has pleaded not guilty to three counts of murder and an arson charge in connection with the deaths of Jeffrey Ryan, 55, Ryan's son Jesse, 10, and Ryan family friend Jason Dehahn, 30, all of Amity, in 2010. Route 1. Police said the victims were stabbed to death with a combat knife that Ormsby reportedly always carried with him before he took Ryan's pickup truck and burned it with the aid of an accomplice. State police divers have found the knife, officials said. Police said the defendant confessed to killing Jeffrey Ryan because he believed Ryan was a drug dealer. Ryan's family has denied the claim, and a criminal background check on Jeffrey Ryan revealed no history of drug-related offenses. Ormsby's attorneys filed paperwork seeking to suppress statements that he made to police in June and July of 2010, claiming that his Miranda rights were violated. Hunter rejected the motion. Police linked Ormsby to the crime scene through DNA and fingerprint evidence obtained from a beer can and cigarette butt in Ryan's home, according to court documents. Several of the victims' family members have said they will attend the trial, which could start on Thursday or Friday, depending on how quickly a jury is selected. Blizzard could dump as much as 20 inches of snow on Down East MaineBangor man charged in infant's death allegedly choked 3-year-old boy in same incident is a concern Pair of bridges raises possibility of ice jams on St. John RiverGeneral Electric subsidiary suing Cate Street for alleged nonpayment in failed Wyoming ventureWith $183M in reserve, UMaine System pressured to either save money or faculty More than meets the eye in Obama, pope photo-opLePage, lawmakers should expand access to reproductive health care, help prevent unintended pregnanciesFlashlight storiesWhat will it take for Maine to bury its power lines?Thursday, March 27, 2014: Abortion, Quebec, Clean Elections funding, health care MPA to conduct survey to gauge interest in 5-class format for high school basketballBrewer football coach Don Farnham steps down'The coolest traditions' fuel Ellsworth High School running successMaine Basketball Hall of Fame announces inaugural induction classIntroducing Three Cheers for Cheerleaders

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