Using dental record and tattoos, police identify human remains uncovered in Raymondville
Saturday, February 4, 2012 - 9:50 pm

RAYMONDVILLE – State police have officially identified the human remains uncovered Thursday as Jason Wing of Winthrop and Fort Covington, who had been missing since August 2010.

An autopsy performed by Dr. Michael Sikirica of Albany Medical Center on the remains found off Grantville Road in the Norfolk on Feb. 2 were positively identified through dental records and tattoo identification as Wing, police said.

Dr. Sikirica determined the cause of death of the 21-year-old to be injuries resulting from a gunshot wound to the head and St. Lawrence County Coroner James Sienkiewycz ruled the manner of death to be homicide, police.

Dustin J. Trimm, 37, Winthrop, has already been charged with second degree murder for the homicide. The burial scene on Grantville Road has been released to the landowner, police said.

Th case remains under investigation by state police and St. Lawrence County District Attorney Nicole Duve.

Trimm’s arrest stemed from an investigation that began in November, 2010, when Wing was officially declared missing.

Following his arrest earlier this week, Trimm, a convicted sex offender, was processed by state police and was arraigned before Norfolk Town Court following his arrest. He was sent to St. Lawrence County Jail without bail following his arraignment.