Guyanese Quindon Lelon Bacchus, who is accused of committing two fraud offences, will not get to leave Barbados unless he seeks permission from the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court.
Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant barred the 21-year-old of Golden Grove, East Coast Demerara from travelling, when he appeared in court today charged with forging an RBC Royal Bank (Barbados Limited) cheque to Husayn Daya on March 14, and obtaining three cellular phones, three phones cases and three screen protectors totaling $2,308 from HD Tech+.
The Caribbean Community national, a labourer by trade, was not required to plead to the indictable charges.
There was no objection to bail, which was granted in the sum of $20,000 with strict conditions.
Bacchus had to immediately surrender his passport, and ordered to report to the Black Rock Police Station every Monday and Thursday before noon with valid identification, and to remain living with his surety.
The accused man, who is represented by attorney-at-law Angella Mitchell-Gittens, is expected to reappear before Cuffy-Sargeant on June 25.