Witness recounts discovery of brother’s body in septic tank

Taking the witness stand in the trial of Desiree Jeffers, who is accused of murdering her common-law partner Igris Bobb-Blackman, Brentnol Bobb-Blackman yesterday recalled peeping into a septic tank and seeing part of his brother’s body wrapped in a carpet.

Jeffers is on trial before Justice Dawn Gregory and a 12-member jury for the murder of Igris, who was an ex-policeman.

Brentnol said he would visit his brother’s house at Parfait Harmonie, West Bank Demerara for religious functions.

He said after Igris went missing, he made a report at the La Grange Police Station and noticed that Jeffers also turned up at the station to make a missing person report.

He stated that he had visited his brother’s house and searched for him but did not find him.

However, he added that he went back to the house with a two police officers and it …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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