Shocking Vibes boss made to surrender travel documents as bail extended in fraud case

Chief Executive Officer of Shocking Vibes Production, Patrick Roberts, was made to surrender his travel documents as he had his bail extended in the St Andrew Parish Court on Thursday (June 24).

Roberts appeared in court to answer fraud charges after he was charged in May for forgery, uttering forged documents, and conspiracy to defraud.

When the matter was called up early Thursday, the court heard that the complainant’s father’s signature was forged on a will.

It is alleged that the will was forged in the presence of Roberts’ co-accused, 28-year-old Ramone Edward, who is said to have witnessed the incident.

Before offering bail judge Lorrianne Cole Montague attached conditions, requiring both Roberts and Edwards  to surrender their travel documents and were asked not to contact the complainant.

Additionally, Edwards is to report to the Duhaney Park police station on Wednesdays.