Prep School Coach Accused of Abuse Facing More Legal Trouble
The charges keep racking up against a Roseville prep school president. Police arrested Francis Amiteye Ngissah for the third time in 2 months this week.
The new charges stem from allegations he paid two Roseville businesses for groceries and auto parts with checks from closed accounts. Investigators also suspect Ngissah signed over a deed of trust on a house he doesn’t own as collateral to a bail bondsman.
Ngissah heads a basketball-focused prep school in Roseville, CCSE, and first got in trouble with the law in early January after students made allegations of sexual and inappropriate abuse.
He was then arrested in mid-February for fraud, after investigators say he defrauded a furniture business of $8,000.
The latest round of charges has landed Ngissah in the Roseville City Jail for burglary, forgery, and theft.