Sep 28, 2015 10:43 AM

Medical examiner testifies in murder trial against Rochester man

DOVER - The murder trial for a Rochester man accused of killing a Madbury teen during a robbery gone wrong continues at Strafford County Superior Court this week.

The state says Tristan Wolusky, 19, and two co-conspirators, Zachary Pinette, 20, and Michael Tatum, 22, went to Aaron Wilkinson's home on Evans Road on June 21, 2014, with the intent of stealing drugs and money. When they realized Wilkinson had neither, they attacked him with a machete and two knives, stabbing him 22 times.
On Friday, a woman who Wolusky offered drugs to just hours before the killing - Annette Menot of New Durham - took the witness stand, and testified for the state.
Then, the state called Maine's Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Margaret Greenwald, who performed an autopsy on Wilkinson after his body was discovered dumped along a rural road in Lebanon, ME.
Greenwald's testimony is expected to continue Monday.
Pinette and Tatum, who have each pleaded guilty to their involvement in the crime, are also expected to testify. They are each serving 30 years to life in prison.
Follow Kimberley Haas on Twitter @KHaasNH1.


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