The five persons convicted on May 15 for a multi-million dollar fraud at the Manchester Municipal Corporation have been sentenced.

Former Superintendent of Roads and Works at the Corporation, Sanjay Elliot, the mastermind behind the scheme has been sentenced to 5 years in prison at hard labor.

Former Acting CEO, David Harris, presented a medical report to the judge that stated that he was not well.

The court made reference to him being a public servant that pilfered millions of dollars.

Mr. Harris has been sentenced to 16 months in prison at hard labor.

Former Temporary Works Overseer, Kendale Roberts had two character witnesses that spoke highly of him.

Mr. Roberts was sentenced to 18 months in prison at hard labor.

Wife of Mr Elliott, Tasha-Gaye Goldbourne Elliott denied that she knew what her husband was doing.

Mrs. Elliott was given a One point Five million dollar fine or six months imprisonment.

Former employee Dwayne Sibblies claimed he was acting on instructions.

Mr. Sibblies was sentenced to 12 months in prison at hard labor.

All bail applications have been denied.

Senior Parish Judge in St Elizabeth, exercising jurisdiction in Manchester, Her Honour Ann-Marie Lawrence Grainger presided over the matter.

The trial began last year