Arima woman granted $100K bail over fraud charges


    An Arima woman has been granted $100,000 bail on charges related to the alleged use of a fake ID card and passport at a bank.

    42-year-old Natasha Vickers appeared before Justice of the Peace Stephen Young yesterday.

    She has been charged with possession of a forged identification card, uttering of a forged identification card and uttering a forged passport.

    Vickers is due in court on May 28th 2021.

    The charges stem from an allegation that, on April 26th 2021, a bank employee accepted the documents before officials noticed that the items looked suspicious.

    The accused was arrested and following investigations by the Fraud Squad, she was charged.