Jury Deliberating Drug Case for Hermon Man Who Killed Intruder

Catherine Pegram

Updated 1 year ago

A jury Bangor is deliberating in the drug trial of a man from Hermon who shot and killed an intruder in his home last year. Jurors were handed over the case Thursday morning. 25-year-old Daniel Williams is charged with aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs and trafficking in drugs with a firearm.Prosecutors say last February some people went to Williams’ apartment and bought drugs.The next day, 30-year-old Robert Dellairo and 19-year-old Philip McIntyre, both of Bangor, broke in and Williams says he shot them to protect himself.Dellairo later died at a hospital. Williams has not been charged in that case.In court Wednesday afternoon, Williams admitted that some of the drugs found in his apartment after the shooting were his, but they were only for personal use. He also told the jury he never sold drugs to anyone and he didn’t know some of the drugs were determined to be mixed with bath salts, either.


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