Roseville Police arrested a 24-year-old suspected of forgery and fraud after a month-long investigation.
Francis Amiteye Ngissah was arrested Tuesday, Feb. 12 at his Roseville home. He is suspected of fraudulently purchasing furniture for his home last fall, defrauding a local business of approximately $8,000, according to Roseville Police.
Ngissah was also arrested Jan. 8 on charges he restrained three kids and one adult with zip-ties and attached clothespins to their nipples as punishment.
Ngissah is listed on Twitter as the CEO and president of CCSE Prep Academy, a charter basketball school.
Ngissah was booked into the Roseville City Jail on suspicion of obtaining credit by fraudulent means, forgery and other related charges.
He was released on a $35,000 bail bond, police report.