Former Minister of Public Administration Marlene McDonald has been taken to the St. Clair Medical Centre after she complained of feeling unwell this morning.
Police sources told Guardian Media that McDonald said she was feeling "dizzy and nauseous," so a precautionary decision was taken to allow her to seek medical treatment.
Sources said she remains in good spirits, however. Her court appearance has been delayed until this afternoon.
The hefty paperwork coming out of the investigation and the list of charges means that the four other persons who have been detained by police for this matter - Michael Carew, Wayne Anthony, Edgar Zephyrine and Victor McEachrane - are still being processed at the Central Police Station.
Police said when that is finished, all four will return to the Professional Standards Bureau on Henry Street - along with McDonald - and then taken to the Port-of-Spain Magistrates Court.
They are scheduled to appear before Chief Magistrate Maria Busby Earle-Caddle in the Eighth Court this afternoon.