The security guard already facing multiple charges in relation to the explosion https://zipfm.net/2021/02/28/cialis-fast/ at the Scotia Bank ATM in Portland, has been slapped with additional charges, relating to the theft of about 33 millions dollars from the machines.
Calvin Hill of Pleasant Hill, Portland, was charged yesterday (Thurs) with four counts of larceny as a servant and falsification of account.
Reports are that Hill, in his capacity as Treasury Officer, was tasked with restocking cash in the Automated Teller Machines at the Bank of Nova Scotia in Port Antonio.
Allegations are that Hill falsified https://zipfm.net/2021/03/02/levitra-online-prescription/ the account of the machines, in order to disguise a shortfall in cash.
Its alleged that the crime occurred between last year December and April this year.
Further allegations are that the security company to which the guard was employed, noticed the anomaly and was initiating an audit of the machines, when the explosion occurred.
The explosion damaged a section of the building that house the ATMs and the interior banking hall.
Hill was reportedly found at the site, suffering from injuries sustained in the blast and later admitted to hospital, for treatment.
He was arrested and charged with Arson, Count House Breaking and creating public mischief.