Woman who jumped from city guest house not a person of interest; Police unaware of her house being stoned


Kenesha Thomas, the woman who was seen jumping from the Quamina Street, Georgetown guest house where her partner dropped dead is not a person of interest to the Police as an autopsy has ruled out foul play.

This is according to Police Commander Assistant Commissioner Simon McBean who told the News Room on Monday that investigators have concluded Ally’s death was “medical” after an autopsy revealed that he suffered a heart attack.

“Based on all of our investigation it was a medical episode…The medical took the lead.

“As we speak there is nothing criminal as it relates to the matter,” McBean told News Room.

The naked body of Ally, a resident of ‘B’ Field Pattensen, Greater Georgetown was discovered in the toilet area of the room.

Police Headquarters had reported that Ally checked into the hotel with a “female”, who was later identified as Kenesha Thomas, on Friday, April 28, at around 14:00hrs.

The receptionist told investigators that at about 14:15 hrs, Thomas rushed out of the room and told her that Ally had fallen and hit his head on the tile by the toilet area.

As such, she accompanied the identifiable person to the room, where she checked the toilet area and saw Ally lying naked on the floor with blood oozing behind his head.

In an interview with HGPTV Nightly news last Tuesday, Thomas said she shared a relationship with Ally for years and it was after having sex that Ally collapsed.

In fear, she said, she jumped from the room window.

In providing her account of what transpired, Thomas had clearly stated that she is innocent of any wrongdoing.

In the interview, she said she and Ally would frequent the hotel.

Upon their arrival there on Friday, she detailed that Thomas purchased some alcohol beverage after which he met her in the room.

There, Thomas said they had a conversation and Ally reportedly told her that he was sick and was experiencing some issues at home.

According to Thomas, Ally’s family was unaware about their relationship.

However, Omar’s wife, Claire Ally subsequently said she did not know about the affair.

A video recently surfaced of the Ally family allegedly stoning the Sophia, Georgetown home of Thomas.

McBean on Monday told the News Room that the Police are not aware of this allegation. He said no official report was made.

“She (Thomas) hasn’t approach the Police with that,” he said.

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