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BOLO ALERT :: TRIPLE HOMOCIDE :: AROOSTOOK COUNTY

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BOLO ALERT :: TRIPLE HOMOCIDE :: AROOSTOOK COUNTY

Police looking for missing truck



(Courtesy of: Maine Department of Public Safety)
This is a photo of a similar truck, which
Maine State Police technicians altered
to resemble the truck being sought.


Victims of Triple Homicide Identified
June 24, 2010

Maine State Police are investigating a homicide in Amity in which three people were killed, and are looking for a pickup truck taken from one of the victims.

According to a news release from Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman Steve McCausland, the deaths were discovered by a relative of one of the victims around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 23, at a home along Route 1 in Amity, about 15 miles south of Houlton.

The victims, which detectives said had been stabbed to death, are Jeffrey Ryan, 55, his 10-year-old son, Jesse Ryan, and 30-year-old Jason Dehahn, McCausland said in the release. The homicides took place at the Ryans' house and detectives think the killings took place in the early morning hours of Wednesday. Dehahn was a friend of Ryan's and also lived in Amity, McCausland said.

A team of Maine State Police detectives and representatives from the State Medical Examiner's Office were at the scene throughout Wednesday night and the bodies were to be transported to the Medical Examiner's Office in Augusta for autopsy Thursday, June 24, McCausland said.

Also Thursday, a team of state police detectives and crime lab personnel spent the day gathering evidence from Ryan's property and conducting interviews.

Police are looking for Ryan's 1989 Ford F-150 pickup truck, which was missing from the homicide scene, and are asking for the public's help in locating the vehicle. It is blue and silver with Maine license plate number 4155RY; has two different-colored wheels — white wheels in front and silver wheels in the back; and running lights on top of the cab, above the windshield, according to the news release.

Police have received some calls from the public of possible locations of the truck, but there have been no confirmed sightings. Information on the truck has been entered into the National Crime Information Center in Washington, D.C., as well as with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The U.S.-Canadian border crossings in Aroostook and Washington counties also have been notified, as well as every police department in Maine, the release stated.

Photos of a similar truck also have been posted on the State of Maine and Maine State Police Web sites.

Anyone who may have seen the truck since Wednesday should call Maine State Police in Houlton at 532-5400, or 911 on a cell phone.


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Arrest made in Amity triple homicide
JulY 2, 2010

Thayne Ormsby, 20, of Orient, Maine, has been arrested and charged with three counts of murder in connection with the deaths of Jeffrey Ryan, Jesse Ryan and Jason Dehahn, according to a news release from the Maine State Police Criminal Investigation Division II in the late afternoon of July 2.

Ormsby was arrested earlier in the afternoon of July 2, according to the release, on a fugitive from justice charge in Dover, N.H., after Maine State Police detectives and Dover detectives located and interviewed him.

Two search warrants were also executed by detectives. Ormsby was most recently residing at 149 Portland Ave. in Dover, N.H., the release stated.

Detectives are also searching several locations in the greater Amity area as a result of information developed in the investigation.

Ormsby will be held in Dover, N.H., until extradition proceedings are held early next week.

The three victims, which state police detectives said in a June 24 Department of Public Safety news release had been stabbed, were discovered by a relative of one of the victims around 9:30 p.m. on June 23, at Jeffrey Ryan's Amity home, about 15 miles south of Houlton.

In addition to Ryan, 55, the victims included his 10-year-old son, Jesse Ryan, and 30-year-old Jason Dehahn, a friend of the elder Ryan and an Amity resident, Department of Public Safety spokesperson Steve McCausland said in the prior release. Detectives were said to have thought the homicides took place in the early morning hours of June 23.

For several days, police were searching for Ryan's 1989 Ford F-150, which was missing from the murder scene. It was subsequently found about 11:30 a.m. on June 26, in the town of Weston, about 15 miles south of the crime scene in Amity on Route 1. A landowner found the truck along a tote road while he was out on his property, according to a Department of Public Safety news release at that time.

The truck had been destroyed by fire, and state police detectives and investigators from the State Fire Marshal's Office went to the site to gather evidence. The truck was transported to the Maine State Police Crime Lab in Augusta the night of June 26, McCausland said in the release.

Related Information:
Amity Triple Homicide Affidavit
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ORMSBY

Accused in Maine triple murder agrees to extradition

By: CLYNTON NAMUO
Union Leader Correspondent
Friday, Jul. 9, 2010



ROCHESTER – Thayne Ormsby, who is charged with murdering three people including a 10-year-old boy in Maine late
last month, waived extradition to that state at a previously unannounced hearing this morning in district court.

“It was a last minute thing,” said a Rochester District Court clerk who declined to give her name. “He decided to waive.”


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AP News
Jul 13, 2010


Mainer Charged In Triple Killing Appears In Court

HOULTON, Maine (AP) ― A Maine man charged in the killings of two men and a 10-year-old boy in the northern town of Amity has made his initial court appearance.

Thayne Ormsby heard the charges against him during the brief hearing Thursday via video conference before Superior Court Justice Allen Hunter in Caribou.

The 20-year-old Ormsby, who's being held in the Aroostook County Jail, is facing three counts of murder in the deaths of Jeffrey Ryan, his son Jesse, and Jason Dehahn, a friend and neighbor, in Amity, Maine.

A lawyer represented him at the hearing.

The attorney general's office says arrangements are being made for a permanent court-appointed lawyer.

Ormsby is scheduled to be arraigned on July 21.

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