Jamaica Crime News, St James: Detectives attached to the Montego Bay, Freeport station in the parish of St James, have now commenced a probe surrounding the death of a man, whose burnt body was discovered with multiple chop wounds, in bushes in Adelphi policing area on Tuesday evening, September 11.
The deceased who the police say was on bail after being charged for murder in 2017, has been identified as Odane Nesbeth of Farm Heights community also in St James.
Reports by the Adelphi police are that about 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, residents in the community of Content stumbled upon the burnt body and alerted the police.
Upon arrival of the lawmen, the area was cordoned and the scene processed, but the procedure was placed on hold due to poor lighting.
On Wednesday morning, the team returned to the scene and the body was positively identified to be that of Odane Nesbeth.
The victim had what appeared to be multiple chop wounds to his upper body, which was also set on fire.
Nesbeth was one of six men implicated in the shooting death of 14-year-old Jordane Blackwood in the parish, in the month of July 2017.
Following investigations by the police, the men were arrested and offered bail.