A Houston man described by prosecutors as a “repeat con artist” is on the run after allegedly committing fraud to bond his lover out of jail, experiences say. 

Police in Texas now have an arrest warrant out for Davion Sandifer, 22, in response to KTRK

“He’s just willing to do anything he can for his own objectives,” Harris County Assistant District Attorney Keith Houston informed the station. 

Devante Jones, left, and Davion Sandifer are both being sought by police.

Devante Jones, left, and Davion Sandifer are each being sought by police.

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In courtroom paperwork considered by KTRK, prosecutors allege Sandifer grew to become romantically concerned with 26-year-old Devante Jones – a convicted felon – whereas they had been housed in the identical jail unit.  

After Sandifer bonded out of jail final month, he then illegally used the identification and private info of two different folks to safe an $80,000 bond for Jones’ launch, the paperwork additional allege. 

In July, Sandifer – whom KTRK says prosecutors have described as a “repeat con artist” — was arrested, charged and accused of working an employment rip-off. 

Prosecutors mentioned Sandifer arrange a pretend charity referred to as the Genisis Charitable Foundation after which used private info shared by a job applicant to acquire a mortgage, lease an condo and open a debit card, in response to KTRK. 

In one other case, he was accused earlier this yr of hacking a girl’s social media accounts after which posing as her whereas asking her pals for money, the station provides. 

And in December 2019, Sandifer pleaded responsible to 2 felonies after being accused of utilizing pretend checks to pay for intercourse in his dorm room at Briar Cliff University in Iowa, in response to the Sioux City Journal.

“I believe that he is trying to scam people right now,” Houston informed KTRK. “This is the only way that he’s surviving.”