Roseville Man Arrested for Third Time This Year: This Time on Fraud Charges

Francis Amiteye Ngissah, 24, was arrested Wednesday on charges he signed over the deed of a home he doesn't own as collateral for bail.

Roseville resident Francis Amiteye Ngissah has found himself in jail for the third time in the span of about 40 days.

Ngissah, 24, is charged with three separate cases of fraud, according to a Roseville Police Department press release.

"Ngissah is suspected of paying two Roseville businesses for auto parts and groceries­­ with fraudulent checks on closed accounts," the press release states. "He is also suspected of signing over a deed of trust on a house he doesn't own as collateral to a bail bondsman."

He's being held on a $55,000 bail, and faces charges of burglary, forgery, theft an other charges, according to police. 

On Feb. 12, Ngissah was arrested on charges that he fraudulently purchased furniture for his home, costing a local business $8,000.

Prior to that, Ngissah found himself jailed on Jan. 8 on charges he restrained three kids and an 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.


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Franklin February 21, 2013 at 04:39 AM
This gentleman obviously needs to hone his skills as a con artist. It worked for a while, but he got too confident, I guess. Bernie Madoff was a lot better at it than this man.
Roxanne Lopp February 21, 2013 at 08:24 PM
Three strikes and your out. Why, do we even wait for the third strike for some people. Get RID of him NOW. Send him to the middle of the desert and let him go, along with thousands of more like him. I'm sick of watching our country going down the drain.


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