Crime Scene Investigator Recalls Gruesome Discovery in Murder Trial of Teenage Victim

MONTEGO BAY, St James – A crime scene investigator vividly described the grim details of the discovery of Shineka Gray’s body during a recent trial. The investigator, with 14 years of experience, recounted the finding of a condom and its wrapper, along with a foul stench, at the scene of the murder in Fairfield, Irwin, St James on February 1, 2017.

The officer testified to responding to a call from a detective constable and arriving at Riverside Drive, where he found the young girl’s body. Greg Roberts stands accused of the murder, with convict Mario Morrison serving as a Crown witness. Morrison testified that both he and Roberts had sexual relations with Shineka before filming her stabbing death.

In his testimony, the crime scene investigator detailed the state of Shineka’s body upon discovery, noting sunburn, multiple lacerations, and swelling. He also described how her body was turned over to mortuary attendants and transported to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead. The trial, which began on November 23, has heard from 12 of the 18 witnesses, with 10 providing sworn evidence and 2 having statements read into evidence.

The trial continues on Thursday as the prosecution seeks justice for the brutal murder of Shineka Gray in 2017.