Top News

Update: More allegations against P.E.I. high school music teacher

The Parole Board of Canada has revoked the statutory release of a Windsor man.
Scales of Justice.

More people have come forward with allegations against a P.E.I. high school band teacher.

Roger James Jabbour, 65, is facing several charges of sexual assault and sexual interference involving allegations from 2012 to 2015.

Defence lawyer Jonathan Coady appeared in provincial court in Charlottetown Monday morning on Jabbour’s behalf to ask for an adjournment.

Coady said he was awaiting the disclosure of additional evidence.

Related: Charlottetown music teacher charged with sex offences

Jabbour, who is Colonel Gray High School’s band director, has yet to make an appearance in court.

Crown attorney Valerie Moore told the court a third complainant came forward after the initial charges were laid.

A fourth complainant has also come forward, but Jabbour has yet to make a court appearance on those charges.

His next court date is scheduled for Dec. 21.

Jabbour is on leave from his job at Colonel Gray.

Recent Stories