Cause of death for Korner Kick Manager inconclusive
A Post Mortem Examination (PME) was conducted Wednesday morning on the remains 21-year-old Tevin Parris and the results are inconclusive, News Room was informed by the family.
Parris was found dead in his Garnett Street, Newtown Kitty, home with a bullet wound to the head at around 07:40hrs on Monday, January 08, 2018. Police said his body was discovered in the bedroom by an Uncle who had gone to check on him.
An unlicensed 9mm pistol with fourteen live rounds was found in his right hand; a matching spent shell was found next to the body. Crime scene ranks processed the scene and also swabbed both his hands for gunpowder residue.
However, Crime Chief, Paul Williams told News Room that the results for the gunpowder residue are still outstanding. News Room understands that Parris was not a licensed firearm holder.
The young man was an Accountant and a manager for the Korner Kick Sports Bar, located at Lime and Bent Streets, Georgetown.
His family continues to maintain that he did not commit suicide and suspects that he was murdered.
This morning at the Georgetown Hospital morgue, his relatives asked for time before they speak with the press as they wish to allow the police to complete their investigations and leave no stone unturned in solving the case.
Parris was one of the many young persons, who was involved in the just concluded Golden Smile Family Old School Party in the National Park which was held on Sunday, January 7.
Relatives had told News Room that the young man could not have taken his own life and recalled that he was full of energy on Sunday morning while talking with the family.
Relatives also told News Room that the young businessman would have always sought the advice of his elders when something was bothering him.