The third person charged with the 2016 death of David Nicholas Blenman has confessed.
Jamar Antonio Pile, 30, of Skeete’s Road, Jackman’s, St Michael today told the No. 2 Supreme Court during a Zoom hearing that he was not guilty of murder but guilty of non-capital murder. He was charged with murdering Blenman between November 30 and December 1, 2016.
His plea before Justice Randall comes just a little over a week after his sister, Faith Angelica Pile and her partner Shaquan Sherwin Omar Crichlow also entered pleas to non-capital murder in connection with Blenman’s death.
The nude body of the 26-year-old, late of Golden Mile, Heywoods, St Peter was discovered at Foul Bay Beach, St Philip around 5:45 a.m. on Thursday December 1.
Jamar Pile has Michael Lashley Q.C and Asante Brathwaite as his attorneys while his sister and Crichlow are represented by attorney-at-law Angella Mitchell-Gittens.
The facts of the case will be revealed on December 10 by Senior Crown Counsel Neville Watson.