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09
May

Indicted Mill Valley Developer Found Dead in Car Wreck

Bijan Madjlessi, 58, a developer from the rural community of Strawberry, was found dead in a car wreck on Mount Tamalpais.

Madjlessi was facing federal and state fraud charges with respect to his Santa Rosa project known as Park Lane Villas East. He had defaulted on his $30 million loan but in April was arrested and charged with conspiring with others to re-purchase his loan through the use of a straw buyer.

In addition to Bijan Madjlessi, three other men were indicted: David Lonich, 59, a Santa Rosa lawyer; and two former executives at Sonoma Valley Bank, Sean Cutting, 44, from Sonoma; and Brian Melland, 45, from Santa Rosa.

Read the original article in the Marin Independent Journal.

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