A 43 year old bank teller has been charged by MOCA (Major Organized Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency) in connection with the fraud uncovered at the Manchester Municipal Corporation two years ago.
Radcliffe McLean of Porus, Manchester was on Monday charged with Conspiracy to Defraud.
Mr. McLean joins 31 year old Sanja Elliott, Deputy Superintendent of Road and Works for the Manchester Parish Council, 27 year old Carpenter Dwayne Sibblies, Temporary Works Overseer Kendale Roberts and Businessman David Harris on charges of breaching the Larceny Act.
MOCA says its investigations have revealed that during the period January 1, 2014 to June 24, 2016, Mr. McLean conspired with Mr. Elliott and Mr. Sibblies to process fraudulent cheques drawn on the account of the Manchester Municipal Corporation.
All five men are to appear in the Manchester Parish Court on Wednesday.
Mr. McLean's co-accused were arrested and charged between 2016 and last year.
They are accused of using their positions to misappropriate funds from the Municipal Corporation for their own use.