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SBSD - Rancho Cucamonga Police Department
Wednesday July 24th, 2019 :: 04:40 p.m. PDT


The District Attorney issues $1,000,000. arrest warrants for two suspects accused of defrauding numerous victims

DATE: July 24, 2019

INCIDENT: PC182(A)(1)- Conspiracy to Commit a Crime
PC487(A)- Grand Theft of Money/Property +$950
PC496- Receiving Known Stolen Property
PC532(A)- False Pretenses Obtaining Money/Etc.

LOCATION: 11000 block of 5th Street, Rancho Cucamonga

SUSPECTS: Zoe Ramirez, 19-years-old from Rancho Cucamonga
Ricardo Nicholas Ramkissoon, 23-years-old from Rancho Cucamonga


On Wednesday, May 8, 2019, Ramkissoon, Ramirez and Parker were arrested for the above-mentioned charges. All subjects were subsequently released the following day on their own recognizance (OR). Since their release, Detectives from the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department were contacted by numerous additional victims who stated they were also defrauded by Ramirez and Ramkissoon. On July 15, 2019, as a result of the investigation, the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office issued $1,000,000 arrest warrants for Ramirez and Ramkissoon for 15 felony counts of Grand Theft and three misdemeanor counts of Petty Theft, which revoked their OR release. The district attorney did not file any criminal charges on a third suspect.

Following the issuance of the arrest warrants, Detectives and Deputies from the Multi-Enforcement Team conducted an investigation to locate Ramirez and Ramkissoon. On July 24, 2019, Ramirez was found in Chino and arrested without incident. On the same day, Ramkissoon turned himself in at the Rancho Cucamonga Superior Court house and was taken into custody.

This investigation is ongoing and has revealed more evidence, indicating there may still be additional victims. Rancho Detectives are releasing Ramirez and Ramkissoon’s booking photos and are asking for the public’s help in identifying anyone who may have been victimized by them.


In April of 2019, Rancho Cucamonga Police detectives began an investigation into a theft by false pretenses report. The suspect, Zoe Ramirez, used an Instagram account with the name “Quueeeeeennn” to communicate with the victim. The victim was told, Ramirez and Ramirez’s mother-in-law, “Talishah,” would invest $500 of the victim’s money in stocks and promised a large return of over $1,000.

The victim agreed and gave money to Ramirez. Subsequently, at the direction of Ramirez, the victim was told to communicate with “Talishah” through text messages about his investments.

Over a course of two weeks, the victim exchanged large amounts of money with Ramirez, believing he was investing in stocks. The victim asked “Talishah” to sell his stock so he could collect his money. The victim was told he would be able to collect his money and was given a date it would be available. For the next two weeks, the victim attempted to collect his earnings but was told his stock was continuing to grow and was convinced to pay large fees for the release. Every time the victim was told his stock grew, the more he had to pay. The victim never received any earnings and has lost over $4,000 in property and funds given to Ramirez with the belief the victim’s money was invested in real stock.

On May 8, 2019, detectives served a search warrant at a residence in the 11000 block of 5th Street in Rancho Cucamonga. Ramirez was found to be living with two males identified as Ricardo Ramkissoon and Rahim Parker. While at the residence, detectives recovered property belonging to the victim, a large amount of U.S. currency and other items corroborating the victim’s claims. Additional evidence identifying more victims was located at the residence. Detectives determined the phone number for “Talishah” belonged to Ramkissoon.

All three suspects were arrested and booked into the West Valley Detention Center for the above listed charges.

Detectives are releasing the suspects’ booking photos and are asking for the public’s help in identifying anyone else who may have been victimized. If you have any further information regarding this case, you are urged to contact the Rancho Cucamonga Police Detective Division at (909) 477-2800. Callers wishing to remain anonymous can call the We-tip Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME (27463) or you may leave information at

Refer: Detective C. Sanchez
Station: Rancho Cucamonga Police Department
Phone No. (909) 477-2800
Report: 111902395

John McMahon, Sheriff-Coroner
San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department

SBSD - Rancho Cucamonga Police Department
10510 Civic Center Dr
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 909-477-2800

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