Local developer Stephen Alford is facing additional felony charges in a suspected real estate scam, according to an Okaloosa County arrest report.

The 57-year-old Alford, who is currently in the Okaloosa County Jail, has been charged with five counts of fraud to obtain property and five counts of forgery of a public record.

The charges stem from an investigation that culminated in a search warrant executed Aug. 6, 2015, at Alford’s condominium. At that time, Alford was charged for his alleged efforts to finagle $6 million profit out of a $7 million deal to purchase North Light Marina in Niceville.

The new charges were filed in connection with the same land deal. Investigators found “numerous documents” — both digital emails drafted on Alford’s Macbook laptop and hard copies of letters — and other evidence that Alford sent to several people to “authenticate his financial wherewithal … to negotiate a multimillion dollar business investment,” the arrest report said.

The suspected scam is being investigated by the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

In 2006, Alford was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for his role in an attempt to sell gulf-front property on Okaloosa Island that is owned by the U.S. Air Force. Three years later, in 2009, he was sentenced to five years in a state court on charges of theft and money laundering. That sentence ran concurrently with his federal sentence.

Alford’s next court appearance is scheduled for March 28.