Bank Employees On Trial In $1.3 Million Theft Case

Wednesday 20th, February 2013 / 21:21 Published by

Tremell Taylor. Photo Kyle Smith

A court in a $1.3m theft case heard how a verbal request was put in to Scotiabank’s Systems Support Centre by a loans officer at the Nicholl’s Town branch asking for the assistant branch manager’s system profile to be assigned to his password.

However, the bank’s senior manager of the department told a jury that the request made in 2008 was denied because it was not in writing, as protocol requires.

Natasha Evans and Tremell Taylor both deny allegations of stealing by reason of employment, concerning the theft of $1.3 million from the Andros branch between April and June 2008.

At the time, Taylor was a trekker and Evans was the assistant branch manager.

Their former co-accused, former loans officer Byron Roberts, pleaded guilty on Monday about his role in the $1.3 million theft.

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