Nationwide News understands that the 50-year old mechanic who’s suspected of being responsible for the brutal murder of accounting clerk, Khanice Jackson, has confessed to the crime.
Deputy Police Commissioner in charge of crime, Fitz Bailey, confirmed the development today during an interview on Nationwide This Morning.
DCP Bailey says the Police are confident that they’ve built a strong case against the suspect.
DCP Bailey says the Police have information which suggests that the suspect strangled Miss Jackson to death.
DCP Bailey also confirmed reports reaching our news center that the Police have seized a hand bag belonging to Miss Jackson at a property connected to the suspect.
The Deputy Commissioner in charge of crime says Miss Jackson and her killer lived in the same community and worked nearby each other.
He says the Police are confident they have the right man in custody in connection with the murder of Khanice Jackson.
Fitz Bailey, Deputy Police Commissioner in charge of crime, speaking today with Abka Fitz-Henley and Danielle Archer on Nationwide This Morning.