Deputy Superintendent of Police, Denise McKain, was today arrested and hit with corruption charges by the Major Organized Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency, MOCA.

DSP Mckain is accused of obtaining money by false pretence and fraudulent conversion.

She’s attached to the St. Mary Police.

Allegations are that between 2009 and 2012, DSP McKain used an unregistered organization to fraudulently solicit and obtain money from farmers in Three Hills District in St. Ann.

MOCA says the activities of the police officer were uncovered by the residents.

A reported was made to MOCA and an investigation launched.

A file was then prepared and sent to the office of the DPP, which ruled that DSP McKain be charged.

She was today bailed in the sum of $250,000 when she appeared in the Port Maria Resident Magistrate’s Court,

DSP McKain was ordered to return to court on October 28.