A man behind bars for the last 10 years for the death of Corey Polleon of Barbados, has pleaded guilty with manslaughter.

Sherman Webb was originally charged with murder, but four years ago the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court of Appeal ordered that the matter be retried.

Corey Polleon was found dead near river Clair in Elms Hall in 2010, and Webb said at the time, his death came during a ritual ceremony.

At the high court this morning, Mr. Webb pleaded guilty with manslaughter. Sentencing has been set for June 21.

Meantime, the sentencing of Rodman Moses Lewis has been delayed for the third time this year.

Mr Lewis was found guilty with the murder of his child’s mother, Tricia Riviere in 2015.

He should have been sentenced this morning, but high court judge Wynant Adrien Roberts said the psychiatrist Dr. Wallace must be cross examined before sentencing.

She has set Friday as the day for sentencing.

And the investigation into the death of Kerwin Prosper of Kingshill took a new twist in court this morning, as officers of the CID say the investigation conducted by regional officers is illegal.

Justice Bernie Stephenson has reserved judgement in the matter.