Abolghassem, “Abe” Alizadeh speaks before the demolition of an old office building to make way for another office building and public parking garage in September 2005. A federal grand jury has returned a 21-count indictment against Alizadeh of Granite Bay and former escrow officer Mary Sue Weaver of Roseville, charging them with $20 million in loan frauds on large real estate projects.
Abolghassem, “Abe” Alizadeh speaks before the demolition of an old office building to make way for another office building and public parking garage in September 2005. A federal grand jury has returned a 21-count indictment against Alizadeh of Granite Bay and former escrow officer Mary Sue Weaver of Roseville, charging them with $20 million in loan frauds on large real estate projects. Florence Low Sacramento Bee file
Abolghassem, “Abe” Alizadeh speaks before the demolition of an old office building to make way for another office building and public parking garage in September 2005. A federal grand jury has returned a 21-count indictment against Alizadeh of Granite Bay and former escrow officer Mary Sue Weaver of Roseville, charging them with $20 million in loan frauds on large real estate projects. Florence Low Sacramento Bee file

Alizadeh, Weaver plead not guilty to charges alleging $20 million loan fraud

April 24, 2015 05:33 PM

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