COLUMBUS, Ohio, June 13 (UPI) -- A former Ohio State wrestler convicted of defrauding investors has been arrested on charges of violating probation by not reporting all financial transactions.
A federal magistrate ordered this week that Dunyasha Yetts, 41, be held pending another hearing, The Columbus Dispatch reported. He was arrested Friday.
Yetts spent 18 months in prison after pleading guilty to running a supposed investment company, Worldwide Financial Services, that was actually a Ponzi scheme.
As a condition of his probation, Yetts was to pay $1.8 million to eight of his investors. He was arrested in December and given a 60-day sentence for failing to do that.
His most recent arrest came after a probation officer said Yetts transferred $68,000 from an Ameritrade account to a PNC bank account to repay one of his victims. The probation officer said Yetts had not notified the department of either account.