Police: Two Men Charged with Murder in Bangor Triple Homicide Considered Armed and Dangerous 

Police throughout New England have been told to be on the lookout for two men charged with murder in connection to the August triple homicide in Bangor. Monday afternoon, Bangor police announced Nicholas Sexton, 31, of Rhode Island and Randall “Money” Daluz, 34, of Massachusetts are each charged with three counts of murder and one count of arson. In August the bodies of Daniel Borders, Nicolle Lugdon, and Lucas Tuscano were found in a burning car in a parking lot on Target Industrial Circle in Bangor. Police confirmed on Monday that all three victims had been shot to death. Police do not believe that Sexton and Daluz are still in Maine. The two men are considered armed and extremely dangerous. Police would not go into detail about how Sexton and Daluz might have known the victims. All Lt. Tim Reid with the Bangor Police Department would say is that the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency was involved in the investigation. Sexton is described as a white man, 5’10”, 180 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes. Daluz is described as a black man, 6′, 220 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. According to TV 5 archives, Sexton stabbed a man in the neck outside of a Leadbetters in Bangor in 2005. Daluz stabbed a a Swanville man outside an Irving Gas Station in Orono in 2006. Police are urging anyone with information on where the two men are to call Bangor Police at (207) 947 7382 extension 6.