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Police Arrest Man Suspected of Defrauding Local Business

Francis Amiteye Ngissah was arrested Feb. 12 in Roseville and Jan. 8 on other charges.

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.

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Walt N. February 13, 2013 at 08:06 PM
This gentlemen is of course the same person that is CEO of a basketball prep academy that was arrested last month for child abuse charges. The incident that caused the forgery criminal complaint occurred near the time of the arrest for abusing students at the so-called prep academy. Wonder what surprises next month will bring?
TheRealBigCouchPotato February 14, 2013 at 03:41 AM
Who is the gentleman in the photo? One might assume it is Ngissah, but I don't see any real explanation to the photo.
Bridget O'Shaugnessy February 16, 2013 at 04:07 AM
Out of sheer curiosity, I googled his website advertising his basketball 'academy'. What was disturbing, although, not surprising, is that his website is frought with spelling and grammatical errors. Think about it...this guy SUPPOSEDLY leads a school, yet, is either not equipped with proper English, or his webmaster is an idiot! and we wonder why kids graduate in the condition they do - unable to speak/write English!!
Bridget O'Shaugnessy February 16, 2013 at 04:08 AM
Out of sheer curiosity, I googled his website advertising his basketball 'academy'. What was disturbing, although, not surprising, is that his website is frought with spelling and grammatical errors. Think about it...this guy SUPPOSEDLY leads a school, yet, is either not equipped with proper English, or his webmaster is an idiot! and we wonder why kids graduate in the condition they do - unable to speak/write English!!
Bridget O'Shaugnessy February 16, 2013 at 04:08 AM
Out of sheer curiosity, I googled his website advertising his basketball 'academy'. What was disturbing, although, not surprising, is that his website is frought with spelling and grammatical errors. Think about it...this guy SUPPOSEDLY leads a school, yet, is either not equipped with proper English, or his webmaster is an idiot! and we wonder why kids graduate in the condition they do - unable to speak/write English!!

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