Abolghassem “Abe” Alizadeh, 56, of Granite Bay (pictured), and Mary Sue Weaver, 62, a senior commercial escrow officer who formerly lived in Roseville, are charged in the 21-count indictment with concocting a complex scheme to falsely inflate the price that Alizadeh paid for six properties in order to secure larger loan amounts between June 2004 and April 2008.
Abolghassem “Abe” Alizadeh, 56, of Granite Bay (pictured), and Mary Sue Weaver, 62, a senior commercial escrow officer who formerly lived in Roseville, are charged in the 21-count indictment with concocting a complex scheme to falsely inflate the price that Alizadeh paid for six properties in order to secure larger loan amounts between June 2004 and April 2008. Florence Low Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Abolghassem “Abe” Alizadeh, 56, of Granite Bay (pictured), and Mary Sue Weaver, 62, a senior commercial escrow officer who formerly lived in Roseville, are charged in the 21-count indictment with concocting a complex scheme to falsely inflate the price that Alizadeh paid for six properties in order to secure larger loan amounts between June 2004 and April 2008. Florence Low Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

Abe Alizadeh’s financial woes at heart of federal indictment, documents show

April 26, 2015 08:59 PM

UPDATED April 27, 2015 06:22 AM

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