NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Two Royal Bank of Canada employees were hauled before the courts on Monday, charged with stealing more than $200,000 from the bank’s East Hill Street location where they both worked.
Travis Mackey and Kendra King appeared before Magistrate Subusola Swain charged with nearly 50 counts in connection with stealing.
Mackey was charged with four separate counts of stealing by reason of employment.
According to court dockets, between February and May of 2016, Mackey allegedly stole $176,759.74 while working as a business service representative at RBC’s East Hill Street branch.
He was also charged with 34 counts of falsification of accounts for the purpose of stealing and 1 count of laundering $172,778.93, the proceeds of criminal conduct.
King was charged with two counts of stealing by reason of employment. It is alleged that she stole $28,503 between April and May of 2016. King was also charged with four counts of falsification of accounts, one count of abetment to commit stealing, laundering $12,503, the proceeds of crime and the acquisition of the proceeds of criminal conduct.
A third person, Marvin Gaye, was also arraigned in connection with the matter.
Gaye was charged with one count of abetment to commit stealing by reason of employment and the acquisition and laundering of $118,683 – the proceeds of criminal conduct.
They all pleaded not guilty to the charges and were remanded to the Bahamas Department of Corrections until December 7 for trial.