Norfolk -- Human remains have been located by the New York State Police that are believed to be those of Jason Wing.
Members of the Troop “B” Forensic Identification Unit conducted a search of 281 Grantville Road in the Town of Norfolk Thursday morning, where they located the remains. An autopsy of those remains was ordered by St. Lawrence County Coroner James Sienkiewycz. The autopsy is slated for today and the results could take several days.
Dustin J. Trimm, of 325 County Route 49, Winthrop, was arrested Wednesday night and charged with second degree murder. He is now being held at the St. Lawrence County Jail in Canton without the option of bail.
On November 17, 2010, Massena based troopers began an investigation into a missing person’s report. Jason M. Wing, was last seen during the summer of 2010.
Initially the investigation was for a missing person. As the investigation developed ‘foul play’ was indicated through evidence that developed.
The investigation is continuing at this time by the New York State Police and St. Lawrence County District Attorney’s Office.
A 37-year-old man was arrested Wednesday evening in connection to 21-year-old missing Justin Wing.
Dustin J. Trimm, of 325 County Route 49, Winthrop, is charged with second degree murder. He is now being held at the St. Lawrence County Jail in Canton.
Mr. Wing went missing 17 months ago.
Today, State Police are at 281 Grantville Road with excavators searching the area for Mr. Wing’s remains.
A press conference has been scheduled for 2 p.m. today with State Police in Norfolk. Stay tuned to MyABC50.com for more information as it develops.