Tuesday, 21 February 2023 15:33

Stricter bail rules for Sagicor employees accused of fraud

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Stricter bail conditions were imposed Tuesday on former Sagicor senior executive Alysia Moulton White along with her three co-accused in a multimillion-dollar fraud case involving the financial institution.

Moulton White, her sister Trecia Moulton, Tishan Samuels and Malika McLeod were given the stricter bail rules when they appeared in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court.

All four have been slapped with multiple fraud charges, including larceny of the servant and conspiracy to defraud.

The four women were ordered by Senior Parish Judge Lori-Ann Cole-Montague to report to the nearest police station on Tuesdays and Thursdays between the hours of 6:00 am to 6:00 pm. They were also ordered to surrender all travel documents and a stop order was placed at all ports.

Additionally, a fingerprint order was also made for the women.

Following an investigation by the Countering Transnational Organised Crime (CTOC) $65 million was allegedly removed from six Sagicor United States (US) accounts.

Moulton White was the vice-president of group marketing for Sagicor Group Jamaica, while her sister Trecia served as manager at the bank's Liguanea Branch in St Andrew.

McLeod was employed as a personal banker, and Samuels was a client care officer at the Sagicor Bank.

All four were ordered to return to court on April 27, as the case file has not yet been completed.

The prosecution revealed that partial disclosure is expected to be done on March 31.