Continuing its investigation into insider trading at Rochester Community Savings Bank, the Securities and Exchange Commission Thursday accused a third person at the upstate New York thrift with illegal trading in connection with 1993 merger discussions.

In a lawsuit filed in federal court in Rochester, the agency charged Timothy J. Moriarty, a former vice president at the thrift and now president of Medina (N.Y.) Savings and Loan.

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