$1-m bail for bank teller in Manchester Municipal Corporation corruption probe

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

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MANCHESTER, Jamaica — The 43-year-old bank teller from Manchester who was on Monday charged with conspiracy to defraud by detectives from the Major Organised and Anti-Corruption Agency (MOCA) was this afternoon offered bail in the sum of $1 million when he appeared before the Manchester Parish Court.

Radcliffe McLean, who was charged for his involvement in the ongoing corruption probe at the Manchester Municipal Corporation (formerly Manchester Parish Council) is the latest person to have been implicated in the matter.

MOCA has alleged that members of the Corporation used their positions to misappropriate millions of dollars in funds for their benefit and that of their associates.

ALICIA SUTHERLAND

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