CMC – A judge on Tuesday ordered four women, accused of defrauding millions from the Sagicor Bank to submit their fingerprints to the police and to surrender their travel documents.
In addition, Justice Lori-Ann Cole Montague, sitting in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court, ordered that a stop order be imposed at all ports preventing Tricia Moulton, former Sagicor branch manager, her sister, Alysia Moulton- White, former group vice president, personal banker Malika McLeod, and client care officer Tishan Samuels from leaving the island.
In addition they are to report to police on Tuesdays and Thursday between 6.00 am and 6.00 pm (local time).
The four are all facing fraud-related offences, including larceny of the servant and conspiracy to defraud, linked to the alleged disappearance of J$65 million (One Jamaica dollar=US$0.008 cents) the bank.
The Court heard Tuesday that several documents and statements were still outstanding and the judge ordered that partial or full disclosure should be made on or before March 31.
The court also extended bail for the accused until April 27 when the matter will again be mentioned.