One of the persons charged with stealing $1.3 million from the credit card of Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson, returns to the St Andrew Parish court today.

She’s Annessa Curry, and is one of three people who allegedly stole the Police Commissioner’s credit card. She’s charged with unlawful possession of identity information. She was remanded in custody without bail.

A second suspect, 44-year-old businessman Earl Hobbins, was charged in March this year.

Investigations were launched in February after it was discovered that members of a criminal network had cloned Major-General Anderson’s credit card.

They allegedly stole $1.3-million from his account while he was National Security Advisor.