The details of what occurred when Tyrone Renaldo Browne lost his life six years ago have been unfolding in the High Court.
Jamal Rajeev Clarke of Mangrove Park, St Philip is on trial in the No. 5 Supreme Court, accused of stabbing Browne to death on May 20, 2011.
So far in the trial which is being heard before Madam Justice Jacqueline Cornelius and a 12-member jury, eight witnesses have given evidence, including Browne’s father who identified his body.
Yesterday, Principal Crown Counsel Anthony Blackman and Senior Crown Counsel Krystal Delaney called three witnesses to the stand.
One of them was Dr Andrew Murray, the public medical officer.
He told the court that Browne was on his back on the sidewalk outside the bus terminal with a stab wound to the left side of his neck, a “small pool” of blood under his abdomen and lacerations to his arm and elbow, and there were no signs of life.
Sergeant Carlos Lindo, a scene of crime officer who processed the scene, told the court he found the remains of a scissors at the crime scene but no other physical evidence was collected.
Twenty more witnesses are expected to give evidence when the case resumes next Monday.
Attorneys-at-law Arthur Holder and Danielle Mottley are representing Clarke.