Six months ago, a St John man told police he knew nothing about two rounds of ammunition which were found in his bedroom.
But on Monday he told the No. 2 Supreme Court he was taking responsibility for the bullets.
Kevario Shakim Griffith, of Wilson Hill, St John went before Justice Randal Worrell with his attorney-at-law Simon Clarke.
The court heard that the two bullets were found in Griffith’s bedroom on March 22 when police executed a search warrant at his house.
When asked to account for them he told police: “I don’t have nothing to say about these two rounds”.
He was arrested and taken to a police station, told of his rights to an attorney and replied that his mother would get him legal representation. When that was settled and he was asked about the ammunition he again denied knowledge and refused to initial them when asked to.
Griffith did answer some questions put to him.
The now convicted man will reappear before Justice Worrell on Wednesday where Clarke is expected to plead on his behalf and the prosecutor Senior Crown Counsel Olivia Davis will reply. His time spent in remand at HMP Dodds is also to be read into the record.
Griffith remains on bail in the meantime.