A man accused of helping former Free National Movement (FNM) Senator Elma Campbell and her son, Che Chase, launder $1.2 million, was released on $25,000 bail yesterday.
Businessman Damalus Curry, 38, faces one count of money laundering after Campbell and Chase allegedly transferred $465,500 to his company, Bahamas Outdoor Media.
Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt set bail with no reporting conditions after prosecutor Samantha Miah said she had no objection to his release.
Curry must surrender his passport, have no contact with prosecution witnesses and appear at all court dates.
Ferguson-Pratt said that the surrender of the passport did not preclude Curry from traveling, as he could apply for a bail variation.
Justice Gregory Hilton set bail at $30,000 for Campbell and Chase on Tuesday. They were also ordered to surrender their passports and not interfere with witnesses.