Shen will be allowed to travel off-island to visit his girlfriend.
Guam – The son of Prestige Automobile CEO, answered to the charges against him in connection to an alleged luxury car scam and will be allowed to travel off island.
Jonathan Shieh-Hao Shen, maintained his innocence pleading not guilty to six charges which include multiple counts of conspiracy to commit public record tampering, conspiracy to commit forgery, and conspiracy to commit identity theft.
It was on October 13, that new charges in a superseding indictment named Prestige Auto CEO John C.J. Shen and his son Jonathan Shen as co-conspirators in the scheme to fraudulently register luxury vehicles to island residents and then sell them in China.
Jonathan Shen was released on his personal recognizance and will be able to travel off island in November to Hong Kong to visit his girlfriend. Superior Court Judge Benjamin Sison granted the request to travel pending an objection from the government.
The next hearing is scheduled for October 24 at 2 p.m.