Veteran Dancehall artiste Admiral Bailey slapped with fraud charges


KINGSTON, Jamaica – Entertainer Glendon ‘Admiral’ Bailey was on Monday slapped with several fraud-related charges.


Reports are that about 10:30 am, Bailey attended the Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA) offices and attempted to renew a passport in the name Micheal George Sullivan. During the renewal process his true identity was revealed. He was subsequently detained by investigators from PICA, according to a news release from the Corporate Communications Unit.

He was charged with;

1. Two counts of uttering forged documents

2. Two counts of obtaining passport by false pretence

3. Two counts of possession of forged documents

4. One count of attempting to obtain a passport by false pretence

5. One count of conspiracy to defraud

Bailey is scheduled to appear in the Corporate Area Criminal Court on Thursday March 5, 2015.

Source:jamaica observer

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