The man charged in connection with the stabbing death of Terrell Alleyne has pleaded guilty to the crime some six years after the incident.
Alleyne, died on Friday, August 30, 2013 from the wounds received while at Breedy’s Land, Christ Church.
Appearing in the No. 3 Supreme Court today, Warren Wilmot McKenzie, who is in his 40s, from Spring Terrace, Enterprise, Christ Church, pleaded guilty to the manslaughter charge. He remains on bail.
The details of what occurred on that day will be revealed before Justice Carlisle Greaves on March 27 when Senior Crown Counsel Olivia Davis outlines the facts.
A probation report along with the time McKenzie has spent on remand will also be placed on the High Court’s record on that day.
The now convicted man is being represented by attorney-at-law Andrew Pilgrim.